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Burglar hits two schools in northern San Diego County

January 14, 2013 | 10:56 am

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An iPad and laptop burglar targeting schools in northern San Diego County struck twice over the weekend, according to the sheriff's department.

Late Friday, deputies responded to a burglar alarm at Skyline Elementary School in Solana Beach. In one classroom, locks had been broken to two storage cabinets. Gone were two dozen Apple laptop computers, for a loss of $36,000.

And late Sunday, deputies responded to a burglar alarm at Ocean Knoll Elementary School in Encinitas. In one classroom, the lock had been broken to a storage cabinet. But nothing of value was kept in the cabinet.

No suspects were found.

Early after midnight on Dec. 30, deputies responded to a burglar alarm at Cardiff Elementary School in Encinitas. Missing were a dozen iPads, for a loss of $6,300.

Early after midnight on Dec. 31, deputies responded to a burglar alarm at Ada Harris Elementary School in Encinitas. Missing were a dozen iPads, for a loss of $6,000.

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--Tony Perry in San Diego

Photo: iPad. Credit: Associated Press

 

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