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Dozens of laptops stolen from elementary school
MILL VALLEY, Calif. -- Dozens of laptop computers were stolen from a Mill Valley elementary school this week, according to police.
The unidentified suspects broke into Old Mill School, at 352 Throckmorton Ave., on either Tuesday or Wednesday and stole the electronics, police said.
Anyone with information about the burglary is asked to call Detective Sgt. Paul Wrapp at (415) 389-4100 ext. 119 or leave an anonymous tip at (415) 721-4547.
Police are reminding anyone who sees suspicious behavior at a school or other public area to call 911.
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