Police Investigating Fort Lauderdale Elementary School Burglary

Three juveniles between 14 and 15 years old were in custody Thursday night.

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    Police are investigating the second elementary school burglary in Fort Lauderdale this week.

    Three juveniles between 14 and 15 years old were arrested after stealing a Wii gaming console from Lauderdale Manors Elementary at 1400 Northwest 14th Court in Fort Lauderdale Thursday evening, said police.

    The teenagers were caught within minutes of the burglary near the school, police said.

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    Authorities were looking into another Fort Lauderdale school burglary Monday after 16 laptops were stolen from North Side Elementary School.

    The burglar at North Side most likely entered the school through a classroom window and used a media cart to wheel the computers to a nearby fence where they were unloaded, police said. A suspect has not yet been identified.

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