RIVERSIDE (CBSLA.com) — The search is underway for the individuals responsible for trashing and ransacking a classroom at a middle school in Riverside.

The incident at Wells Middle School on Wells Avenue happened over the weekend.

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A photograph posted online showed the aftermath, including overturned desks, piles of paper and other materials strewn everywhere, and ripped down ceiling tiles.

“It makes me sick,” said a father of student who attends the school. “People have no respect. Period.”

The superintendent said the classroom vandalized is mostly used for science classes but also serves as a multi-purpose room.

He says the district is still assessing the damage and it’s not clear how much was stolen or destroyed.

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The crime has some at the school worried about safety.

“I’m scared for my child. There has to be security here. I’m afraid right now,” Lydia Leon, a parent, said.

Javier Hernandez, another parent, said: “The kids need all these materials to learn, to get ahead in life, but that’s really sad.”

Police say the suspects likely broke in through a window and even though an alarm was tripped, it wasn’t until Monday morning that a campus custodian came upon the damage.

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The superintendent also said the school is not equipped with security cameras. He says, right now, there are no suspects in custody.