CHICAGO (CBS) — Chicago police said a 16-year-old has been charged with felony arson in connection with throwing lit fireworks on Wednesday at Morgan Park High School.

The teen, a junior at the school, was “observed on video surveillance running down the stairwell and throwing fireworks/explosives causing damage to the school structure” according to authorities.

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Chicago police said the juvenile turned himself in the night of Wednesday November 14 and was placed in police custody.

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Police have not said whether he was the same person responsible for a similar fireworks explosion at Morgan Park High School on Tuesday November 13.

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