Police applaud students for 'one of the best' senior pranks

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Cumberland High School students pulled off the ultimate senior prank when they staged a auto to look like it crashed into the building.

Even officials with the Cumberland Police Department are impressed - as you can see in the Facebook post.

Before school lets out for summer and the graduating class leaves the halls of their high school forever, seniors take one last jab at their teachers and principals. Then scattered some bricks about and in the photo they look like they could have come from the building. It wasn't actually a hole, though.

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They affixed black plastic to the wall around the auto so it seemed as if it had crashed through the brick structure.

Principal Ritchie Narges said the scene soon became a major attraction with school attendees and members of the public showing up to take pictures, the newspaper said.

In the vehicle, windows was written "C-ya May 19, 2018!" and "CHS Class of 2018 We're Bustin Out". Pranks that happen during homecoming week, last weeks of school etc.

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Police tweeted a message and photos of the prank, and it attracted lots of attention, including from media outlets as far away as Milwaukee.

"If this is the worst thing our kids are going to do, then we're really lucky", he said.

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