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Monday, January 29, 2007

The Case of the Missing Laptops

WELLESLEY

Computer laptops, audio-video equipment, and cash were stolen from the Wellesley Middle School over the weekend, according to an email sent out to parents by Principal John D’Auria.

Police spokesperson Marie Cleary said there were no signs of forced entry and it could not be determined what day the theft took place or how many people were involved.

She said at least eight laptops were stolen, as well as one projector, and an undetermined amount of cash from several desks throughout the school. D’Auria asked parents to contact him or the police if they have any information about the crime.

The middle school houses about 980 students in grades 6 through 8.

– Lisa Kocian and Lisa Keen

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