Some good detective work could lead to charges for three Monroeville boys caught on video egging the school building last weekend.
"It was some good work by my sergeant (Frank Gleason)," Monroeville Police Chief Gary Lyons said.
"He found the egg cartons at the school and it just so happens they sell them at Walmart. We also have a video of them at the school," Lyons said about the trio of boys who are 16 and 17.
The incident happened late last Saturday or early Sunday.
"They purchased 10 dozen eggs," said Lyons, who pointed out that amount of eggs is unusual.
"It's not something you usually see. It didn't take long to track (the eggs) down that they came from Walmart," the chief said.
Police forwarded a report to the Huron County Prosecutor's Office for the consideration of charges.