Thirty iPad minis stolen from primary school

The Gazette Live is reporting that thirty tablet computers have been stolen from a Middlesbrough school.

Cleveland Police are now appealing for information after the iPad minis were stolen in a burglary at St Edward’s RC Primary School.

The incident took place between 11pm on Saturday August 1 and 7am on Sunday August 2 at the school on Eastbourne Road, Linthorpe.

Police say that it’s possible that some of the tablets have already been sold…

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School holidays and thefts of iPads from primary schools seem to go together these days like, well, whatever goes together far too often.

Crazy suggestion, maybe, but do primary schools need to start acting like tradesman who empty their vans every night and display an appropriate sign?


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