It appears a senior prank went too far on the campus of Auburndale High School.
Sunday morning, a teacher arrived at the school to get some work done but couldn't get her key into the door. It was covered with an epoxy glue.
And that wasn't the only door.
Auburndale police discovered a total of 23 locks around the high school were filled with a puddy-like epoxy, making it impossible to insert the key and open the doors.
Surveillance video captured two teenage boys walking around on campus late Saturday night. The images are grainy, but police hope they'll be able to identify who's responsible.
Investigators said a locksmith spent all day Monday at the school and determined that all 23 locks needed to be replaced, costing approximately $100 per lock.
Total damage will range between $2,300 and $3,000.