Another Dozen School iPads Stolen in Cardiff

A dozen iPads turned up missing from Ada Harris Elementary School Monday morning—a day after a dozen were found missing from Cardiff Elementary School.

A second set of iPads have been stolen from a Cardiff school.

Early Monday morning, San Diego Sheriff’s Department deputies discovered that a dozen iPads were stolen Ada Harris Elementary School after responding to an alarm activation.

The thief broke the lock on a cabinet and stole $6,000 of iPads, according Sgt. Roberto Lopez.

Early Sunday morning deputies had responded to an alarm activation at Cardiff Elementary School and also discovered that a dozen iPads had been stolen, according to Sgt. Joe Passalacqua. The building on Montgomery Avenue was searched room by room with assistance from a canine unit and helicopter, but no suspects were found.

During the search deputies found that part of the fence surrounding the school had been broken and two classroom windows had been shattered. The iPads were missing from a classroom cabinet that had the lock broken off.

No suspects have been reported arrested.

—City News Service

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Jewel Sparkle December 31, 2012 at 07:05 PM
Duh! Didn't see that coming. Still hundreds of iPads left. iPads for 3rd graders. That was a great idea


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