Keyboards stolen from Del Mar Pines School in Carmel Valley

On Saturday, Aug. 31, between 2:15 a.m.-2:30 a.m., unknown suspects smashed the glass to the front door of Del Mar Pines Elementary School at 13555 Boquita Drive in Carmel Valley and took two I-Mac Apple keyboards, according to the San Diego Police Department Northwestern Division.

This is the second burglary at Del Mar Pines and there were two other recent school burglaries at Ocean Air Elementary and Sage Canyon Elementary.

— Report from San Diego Police Department Northwestern Division Facebook

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  3. Computers stolen from Ocean Air School in Carmel Valley
  4. Another Carmel Valley home burglarized
  5. Break-in reported at Sage Canyon School in Carmel Valley

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