Miami Heat Donates 16 Laptops to Burglarized Fort Lauderdale School

Sixteen laptops were stolen Monday from North Side Elementary School in Fort Lauderdale.

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    The Miami Heat donated 16 laptops to North Side Elementary School after it was burglarized Monday. NBC 6's Ari Odzer spoke with Fort Lauderdale Police spokesperson Deanna Greenlaw about the incident.

    The team is calling it "Random Acts of Heat."

    The Miami Heat bought 16 new laptops Friday, in partnership with KIA and Tiger Direct, for a Fort Lauderdale elementary school that was burglarized on Monday.

    Police are investigating after someone entered North Side Elementary School through a classroom window and used a media cart to wheel the computers to a nearby fence where they were unloaded, police said.

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