Stolen School Computers Found 2 Months Later

Monday, Jan 28, 2013  |  Updated 4:03 PM EDT
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Stolen School Computers Found 2 Months Later

Donors have come forward to help replace computers stolen from an elementary school in Manchester.

Police ave found 16 computers and additional electronics equipment that was stolen from a Manchester elementary school in November.

The value of the computers and other equipment stolen from Bowers Elementary School sometime between Nov. 9 and 12 was estimated around $20,000.

On Jan. 20, Manchester Police responded to 38 Hillside St. for a suspicious activity complaint and found 14 Apple laptops, 2 Apple desktops and several other electronic items inside an unlocked shed that was attached to the abandoned home, police said.

Police determined that the items were the electronics been reported stolen from Bowers School and said all items stolen from the school have been recovered.

Police are still investigating and no further information is available.

In the days after burglary, several members of the community came forward to make donations to begin replacing the stolen equipment.

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