High school burglars wear 'Scream' masks

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Investigators are seeking two burglars who wore "Scream" masks during two burglaries this month at Coon Rapids High School, KARE 11 reported.

The pair spirited away candy, cash, cameras and other personal belongings, police say.

Both burglars were captured on surveillance video during the May 11 and May 19 incidents, KARE 11 reports. They wore black clothing and white masks similar to those featured in the movie "Scream."

A $300 reward is being offered.

Anyone with information is asked to call Coon Rapids Police at 763-767-6560 or after hours at 763-427-1212, ABC Newspapers reported.

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