BRENHAM, Texas *10 P.M. Update
The Brenham High School Football Team was dealt two big blows this weekend.
First was losing in the State Championship to Aledo in Arlington.
Then they returned home to find 11 of their vehicles burglarized in the high school parking lot.
News 3 spoke with teammates and parents upset by what happened.
"This is the broken window of one of the vehicles that they vandalized and the rims," said Brenham High School Parent Donna Gandy, in a cell phone video.
Brenham High School Football players came home to broken glass and several of their cars burglarized when they returned Saturday night from the 4-A High School State Championship Football Game.
Just hours earlier they'd had a heartbreaking loss of 38 to 10 against Aledo at AT&T Stadium in Arlington.
Jamichael Adams is a senior running back for Brenham and felt for his teammates.
"Earnest Patterson the running back for us, his car was on blocks and his rims and everything were gone and his windows busted out and like a lot of people were sad. Parents were mad," said Adams.
Desmond Lockett is a Brenham Senior Safety.
"Radios, the tires, the rims, and some cars just got the windows broken," said Lockett.
Brenham Police tell us 11 cars were burglarized and they are still investigating.Corporal Chris Jackson says the school does have surveillance cameras in the parking lot. They are being reviewed to see if anything was caught on camera.
Donna Reimer's daughter's car wasn't hit but was still very upset saying these are good kids.
"We have a good police department and I hope they find them I really do... It's sad. It's to be, to lose that game and then to come home and see your vehicle like this that had to be devastating," she said.
Senior Cornerback Deidrick Jones and his teammates were keeping their chins up for an otherwise wonderful weekend.
Getting a chance to play where the Dallas Cowboys play.
"I mean it was a great experience. Something I'll remember the rest of my life, something I'll be able to tell my kids in the future," Jones said.
"I just hope they get 'em cause it's like kind of scared to know that somebody would do that to random people with trucks and cars. That's really it," said Ezavier Newsome, a Brenham High School Senior Corner Back.
Bold break-ins hurting a team this town is so proud of.
Police say in addition to tires and rims, electronics such as radios and radar detectors were also stolen.
If you have any information on this crime you're asked to call Brenham Police at (979) 337-7337.
The Brenham High School Football Team faced a double blow this weekend.
On Saturday they were defeated 38-10 in the 4-A State Championship Game against Aledo at AT&T Stadium in Arlington.
After returning home from the game they found out several high school students' vehicles had been burglarized at some point over the weekend.
A Brenham ISD Parent sent News 3 video showing a student's car had been broken into and even had a tires and rimes stolen in the school parking lot.
Brenham Police Corporal Chris Jackson tells us 11 vehicles were broken into and they are still investigating.
He adds that there are surveillance video cameras in the high school parking lot and police are reviewing them to see if anything was caught on camera.
News 3's Clay Falls will have a report from Brenham Sunday at ten.
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