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san_franIt seems that a thief or thieves were just waiting for school to close for the summer vacation in order to burglarize San Francisco Roman Catholic School. The incident happened sometime between 6:00pm on Saturday and 9:30am this morning when a burglar or burglars broke into the administrators office by prying open a burglar bar door and a wooden door. An amplifier bearing the schools name along with two speakers was stolen from the administrators office. Not satisfied, the perpetrators also broke into the principals office and stole a fully loaded computer and brand new cell phone after ransacking the place. Two fully loaded flat screen computers were also stolen from the schools computer lab.

Anyone having information on the stolen items is asked to contact the nearest Police Station or call Principal Yanira Baeza at 622-8534. Viewers are reminded that purchasing stolen items is against the law.

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