kindergarten teacher Chris Lundin. "They're very upset."
During the weekend, Fremont police said, two vandals slipped into the school through an unlatched window, scrawled paint on school walls, knocked over hundreds of library books and caused an estimated $1,000 damage.
They also removed Wiggles from his cage, placed him in the classroom microwave and turned it on.
On Monday morning, a teacher discovered the mutilated 3-foot-long body of Wiggles inside the oven. All week, the class has been relocated to another room while custodians have attempted to remove the lingering odor of Wiggles from the classroom and surrounding hallways.
"The odor has been a constant reminder of the tragedy for everyone,"