MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Four teenagers have been charged with breaking into a Minneapolis school and beating up a student.

According to the charges, the incident happened at Southwest High School on the 3400 block of West 47th Street on January 22.

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It all allegedly began with an argument on Facebook. Three 17-year-olds and a 16-year-old then allegedly went into the school using a door that is typically locked to the outside.

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They found the student involved in the social media argument and ran for him, punching and kicking him, the charges state. A teacher tried to break it up and ended up with a broken finger.

“Several teenagers who did not attend this school found a way to get in, disrupt a class and injure a student and a teacher,” Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman said. “We decided to charge these four with burglary because it has tougher penalties than the lower-level assault charge.”

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The student fled the classroom, and at that point the four other teens also fled.