16 Laptops Stolen From Elementary School in Fort Lauderdale: Police

The person responsible for the burglary is believed to have entered North Side Elementary School through a classroom window, Fort Lauderdale Police said

View Comments (


    NBC Local Media

    Police are investigating after 16 laptops were stolen from an elementary school in Fort Lauderdale.

    The burglary occurred at North Side Elementary School sometime between Monday at 3 p.m. and Tuesday at 7 a.m., Fort Lauderdale Police said.

    Thousands Possibly Stolen from the Safe of Downtown Miami Strip Club

    It is believed that the person responsible for the burglary entered the school through a classroom window. A media cart with the computers was then taken to a nearby fence, where the laptops were unloaded, according to police.

    Man Shot in Attempted Robbery at Gas Station in Miami Shores

    [MI] Man Shot in Attempted Robbery at Gas Station in Miami Shores
    Raul Massipe, 21, was getting gas at the Chevron Station on NW 79th Street and 12th Avenue in Miami Shores at 5 a.m. when he said two men got into his car and told him to drive to a bank. Family friend Alvaro Solis spoke with NBC 6's Claudia DoCampo about the incident.

    2 Suspects Took $4,000 Worth of Equipment From Sushi Runner Restaurant: Manager

    The burglary was discovered Tuesday morning when the school principal arrived to the school. Fort Lauderdale Police said they are working with the school to obtain surveillance video.

    Anyone with information on the case is asked to call Detective Sean Reddish at 954-828-5676 or Detective Crystal Brignoni at 954-828-5597.

    More Local Stories: