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Risby: Thieves steal laptops worth £8,000 from school

14:17 14 January 2013

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THIEVES have stolen 16 laptop computers worth £8,000 from a school.

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The break-in at Risby Primary School, Aylmer Close, happened on Saturday between 5.30pm and 9.15pm.

The thieves forced their way into the school and took the Dell laptops.

Anyone who may know who took the computers, or who has any information in relation to the incident is asked to call Pc Simon Collins at Ixworth Police Station on 101.

Recently it was reported that 15 laptops were stolen during a similar incident at Rougham Primary School.

The break in happened between, which happened some time between December 21 and January 2, was discovered by the school caretaker.

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