Computers stolen from Ocean Air School in Carmel Valley

By NBC San Diego

At least three computers were stolen from Ocean Air Elementary School in Carmel Valley early July 8, according to San Diego Police.

Officers say they were alerted by a sounding alarm just after 2 a.m. at Ocean Air Elementary School.

Two suspects used a rock to smash a window to get into the building, police said.

The rock was used again to smash through the glass door of a classroom investigators said.

No word from school officials if anything else was taken.

No suspects are in custody.


NBC San Diego is a media partner of this newspaper.

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