Theft leaves school with high costs

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POLICE are seeking witnesses following theft and vandalism at the Namadgi School in Kambah this week. police car

The damage caused is estimated to cost between $20, 000 to $25, 000, which includes stolen items such as iPads and laptops, as well as extensive graffiti.

Acting station sergeant Karen Drake says she was very disappointed to see this damage to the school, and called on the community to assist police in holding those accountable and also preventing this type of crime in the future.

Contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333000 via act.crimestoppers.com.au

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