The principal of Moraga’s Camino Pablo Elementary school is cautioning parents and kids after a weekend incident on a school playground.
Principal Chris Reddam sent out the cautionary advisory after two boys playing at the school Sunday say they were approached by older boys who displayed a knife, vandalized a piece of playground equipment to show that it was real, and then took one of their victims’ bikes. The bike was later recovered.
Reddam wrote: I was informed by a parent that today (Sunday) two Camino Pablo students had a knife pulled on them while playing on school grounds. The students were not injured. The suspects appeared to be teenagers. A police report has been filed and the situation is being investigated by the Moraga Police Department.