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Climb to Rooftop Ends in Trouble DEPTFORD-A DEPTFORD-A DEPTFORD-A roof -climbing -climbing venture at the Blackwood Terrace Terrace School by four juveniles last night ended in a quick ride to the municipal building, following following residents' telephone calls to the police. According to Deptford Ptl. Stephen Moylan, the four boys, all 14 years old, and all from the Blackwood Terrace -Almonesson -Almonesson section of the township, were seen climbing the 50-foot-high 50-foot-high 50-foot-high 50-foot-high 50-foot-high roof shortly before 9 p.m. Ptl. Moylan took the boys to the police station where they were released within an hour in the custody of their parents, pending action by juvenile authorities. authorities. Police said a complaint will be signed by school officials. Vandals have broken into various various schools of the township repeatedly repeatedly and the police have been alerted to check them during during patrols. Recently several vandals climbed up onto the roof of the Good Intent School and threw rocks into the exhaust pipes, causing considerable damage to the heating system, police said. In another incident last night, four juveniles from the Garden- Garden- ville Center, Stony Brook and Cooper Village sections of the township were arrested for van dalism to 25 cars at Sarlo's Auto Parts, Cooper Street, over the weekend. According to Ptl. Moylan, the juveniles, ranging in age from 13 to 15, were charged with at least $500 damage to the cars. Owner of the lot, Charles Sar- Sar- lo. had reported that the win dows and windshields of most of the damaged cars were broken with rocks, drive shafts and cinder blocks. The vandals also had pushed or driven several several of the cars down a hill into a swampy area behind the lot, police police said. Ptl. Moylan said the boys were released in the custody of their parents, pending action by juve nile authorities. Investigation is continuing, he said.