UPDATE: Two 13-year-old boys will be dealt with under the Young Offenders Act after going on a vandalising rampage in Inverell.
According to police, the males first targeted a parked and unattended motor vehicle near Clive and Murray Streets on Wednesday.
The vehicle had its windows smashed, with an approximate value of damage reaching $1000, between the hours of 3pm and 4.30pm.
Later that evening, a ground floor classroom window was smashed at the Macintyre High School.
No entry was gained to the school buildings but the damage bill was estimated to reach upward of $500.
Then, between 6pm and 6.30pm on Thursday police responded to reports of the toilet facilities situated in Victoria Park being damaged.
Upon arrival officers located the 13-year-old Inverell male and 13-year-old Tingha male in the vicinity.
An inspection of the toilet block revealed a toilet and hand basin in the public restrooms to have been damaged by rocks.
Further investigations with the teenagers revealed video footage of the young persons occasioning the damage.
The pair were arrested and conveyed to Inverell Police Station where they made admissions to the incidents of damage at the Macintyre High, the vehicle damage in Clive Street and to the Victoria Park toilet facility.
EARLIER: Inverell Shire Council staff have had the unfortunate task of cleaning up extensive vandalism to the public toilets in Victoria Park.
Overnight, vandals caused widespread damage to the toilet facility, will be closed until further notice.
Council took to their Facebook page urging anyone with information about the damage to contact Inverell Police Station on 6722 0599.
In the post, staff detailed what will be an extensive repair job with broken toilets, shattered mirrors, broken nappy change table and shattered basins needing to be replaced before future use.
"As this will be an extensive repair job, the toilets will be closed until further notice," the post read.
"The closest public toilets are the newly refurbished public toilets at Sinclair Park and Campbell Park and there are also toilets at the taxi rank."
NSW Crime Stoppers also hopes to encourage the community to become involved in the eradication of vandalism by contacting the police, on 131 444 (Police Assistance Line).
If you have information relating to graffiti vandalism, know of persons responsible in your area, or require additional information, please contact NSW Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.