Laptop computers stolen from Skyline School in Solana Beach

By City News Service

Thieves stole two dozen laptop computers from a Solana Beach elementary school, sheriff’s officials said Jan. 12.

Deputies were dispatched about 11:45 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 11, to investigate an activated burglary alarm at Skyline Elementary School, located at 606 Lomas Santa Fe, according to sheriff’s Sgt. Joe Passalacqua.

School security officers pointed out a broken classroom window, he said.

The suspects had allegedly entered the classroom, broke the locks off two storage cabinets and took the Apple laptops, which were valued at about $36,000, Passalacqua said.

Deputies searched the school, but did not find the suspects, Passalacqua said.

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