TEMPLE, Texas — The Falls County Sheriff's Office asked for the public's help finding the suspect who damaged a Rosebud community center, and is even offering a reward of up to $1000.

Officials said someone entered the Barclay Community Center and damaged more than 50 windows and the overall structure. 

Sheriff's Office officials said the vandal caused thousands of dollars in damage. On Monday, volunteers picked up the pieces of glass and worked to repair the damages. 

According to volunteers, the Barclay Community Center was built in the '30s and was used as a school until the '50s. The center is open to all, and has been rented out for weddings, funerals, birthdays and church services. 

"The building has been around for so long, and for someone to come in and you know mess it up and destroy it it just breaks my heart, because there you know so many people have so many have memories and it's just unbelievable," Amanda Alexander said. 

Most of the glass has been cleaned up, and volunteers have cut glass and started replacing the windows. 

Anyone with information on the crime is asked to contact the Falls County Sheriff's Office.