By Tristan Harris 27/06 Updated: 01/07 00:18
ALMOST £16,000 worth of technology equipment was stolen during a burglary at Hagley High School, which took place between
3pm on Saturday (June 23) and 6.20am on Monday (June 25).
Damage totalling more than £1,000 was also caused by the raiders as they broke into the building.
Among the items taken in the haul were nine Apple Mac 20ins monitors worth over £10,000 in total, £4,500 worth of music software, an Apple Mac laptop worth £1,000 and a 14ins computer screen worth £300. The Apple Mac laptop has since been recovered.
PC Claire Rees appealed for anyone who witnessed the incident or any suspicious activity, along with anyone who has any information, to call her on 0300 333 3000.
Alternatively, call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
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