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Screen_Shot_2014-12-09_at_7.45.29_PMSome twenty-five infant two students were displaced this morning at La Inmaculada School, Infant Division as their classroom had been broken into. 

 

Well before classes begun this morning, police were called to the school to investigate the break in which according to school officials took place sometime between six and eight this morning. Two louvers were pried open and it is here that the perpetrator gained access to the classroom. While the classroom was basically untouched, the thief helped himself to over one hundred dollars that the class teacher had collected and was intended to finance the children’s end of term class party this Friday.

 

According to the school officials, the security guard informed them that he had made final checks around six this morning before leaving his shift. By the time teachers got to the school, the classroom had been invaded. The students of the class were placed in the school’s video room to allow police officers to conduct their inspections. The school officials have no suspects. Police are investigating.

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