Laptops stolen from Sage Canyon School in Carmel Valley

By Kristina Houck

Two laptops were stolen from Sage Canyon Elementary School in Carmel Valley early Saturday, Aug. 17, police said.

At about 4:30 a.m., a security guard reported a broken window at the school, said Natalie Hone, community relations officer for San Diego Police Department’s Northwestern Division.

Officers also responded to an alarm shortly before 2 a.m. on Aug. 17 at Ocean Air Elementary in Torrey Hills. Police discovered a broken window, but nothing was stolen, Hone said.

The break-ins are the latest in a string of similar incidents in the Del Mar Union School District.

Although police do not have descriptions of the suspects and no arrests have been made regarding these two incidents, Hone said officers are following up with leads in similar cases.

“We have other areas in our city that have been hit similar, so we’re trying to work with them,” Hone said.

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  3. Break-in reported at Sage Canyon School in Carmel Valley
  4. Laptop computers stolen from Skyline School in Solana Beach
  5. More ‘smash and grab’ car burglaries reported in Carmel Valley

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