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Computers stolen from principal's office

No student information was stored on the two units taken from Keppel Elementary School.

November 16, 2011|By Veronica Rocha, veronica.rocha@latimes.com

Two computers were stolen Wednesday from the principal’s office at Keppel Elementary School, police said.

The computers didn’t contain student information, but did have office memos and other documents, Principal Mary Mason said.

“It’s really disappointing,” she said.

Sometime between 4 p.m. Tuesday and 7 a.m. Wednesday, burglars broke a window to enter the school’s main office on the 700 block of Glenwood Road and stole the computers, according to Glendale Police Department reports.

School custodians told authorities they didn’t hear or see anything.

Police said only the computers were stolen and that it didn’t appear any other items had been disturbed.

In September, Fremont Elementary School was burglarized of an estimated $10,000 worth of computer equipment. In that incident, 14 classrooms at the school on 3320 Las Palmas Ave. were burglarized of 11 Apple computers and other equipment after windows were either pushed open or shattered, police reported.
 
 

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