iPads and laptops stolen from primary school

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Fifteen iPads, 12 HP laptops and a tin containing more than £150 have been stolen from a primary school.

Burglars forced their way through a window of Stoke Bruerne Primary School, gathered the items and escaped.

It happened at the school in Bridge Road between 6pm on Monday and 7.30am on Tuesday and police are appealing for witnesses.

Sergeant Mark Osborne said: “The theft of these computers is a real loss to the school and its pupils and we would urge anyone with information about the stolen items, or anyone who saw anything suspicious around the school on Monday night or Tuesday morning, to get it touch.

“If you are offered a cheap laptop or iPad for sale, please think about where it may have come from and call the police if you are suspicious in any way.”

Anyone with information is asked to call 101.

Alternatively, call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.