Nottingham Elementary School Burglar Arrested

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OXFORD, PA — The Nottingham Elementary School was burglarized earlier this month, and the Oxford Police Department has finally made an arrest.

Authorities stated that on September 4th, officers were alerted to an open door at the school. After securing video footage from the building, it was determined that 18-year-old Dylon Corum had entered the building with three juveniles by forcing open an exterior door. While inside, Corum did remove multiple food items from the school kitchen before exiting.

On September 22nd, an arrest warrant was issued for Corum by Oxford District Court. Corum was taken into custody several hours later and transported to Chester County Prison. Charges have also been filed against the 3 juveniles involved.

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