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Burglars target four county schools

Posted: Wednesday, Nov 28th, 2012


Students at Mar Vista Elementary School in Aptos peer through a window that was reportedly broken out by thieves early Tuesday morning at the campus library. (Photos by Tarmo Hannula/Register-Pajaronian).


WATSONVILLE — Four Santa Cruz County schools were damaged Monday when they were burglarized by unknown suspects, the Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office reported.

According to deputies, Mar Vista Elementary School, Live Oak Elementary School and Live Oak Elementary School, sustained damage by the suspects.

In addition, someone tried unsuccessfully to break in to the office at Bradley Elementary School and damaged the door.

At Mar Vista Elementary School, which Pajaro Valley Unified School District Chief Business Officer Brett McFadden said was the most damaged among the four, suspects smashed a window in the library and tried to take computers. They appear to have given up, however, when they realized the computers were chained to a desk.



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