By Tony Lopez

FAIRFIELD (CBS13) — Thieves broke into storage sheds at Armijo High School and stole gifts meant for students’ sober grad night.

Six sheds with a couple of thousand dollars worth of items were broken into and raided.

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It was a sobering reality for a group that prides itself on promoting keeping teens safe on their graduation night.

Sometime in the last week, someone broke into the sheds stealing a cotton candy dispenser, a microwave, and a fog machine among other things. They also busted up other items.

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“It goes beyond the vandalism and the stealing of things,” said Audrey Jaques. “It steals something from your heart, your soul. It’s a lot of work.”

Volunteers are now left with a sobering thought.

“It just means we’re going to work a bit harder now to recoup what we’ve lost. We’ll have a few extra fundraisers,” said Lori Russell.

The grad night is still set for June.

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