Rock Hill Police investigating school break-in after pair steal thousands in valuables

Two break in school, steal thousands

ROCK HILL, SC (WBTV) - Police are asking for public assistance in identifying two individuals who were caught on surveillance footage stealing thousands of dollars in classroom technology from a Rock Hill school.

NEED TO ID: Northside School Burglary

Rock Hill Police need help Identifying two people who during the winter break when school was out broke into Northside Elementary School in Rock Hill. The duo stole several thousand dollars’ worth of items including 6 iPads, 5 Laptops, numerous iPad Chargers, and 6 Ozobots which are used in the robotics class each $100. Call Detective Phil Tripp at Rock Hill South Carolina Police Department or call #CrimeStoppers if you can help ID these people

Posted by Crime Stoppers of York County on Tuesday, February 5, 2019

Cameras at Northside Elementary School, located near downtown Rock Hill, captured two people breaking into the school during winter break and proceeding to enter the empty classrooms and take six iPads, five laptops, numerous chargers and six Ozobots, valued at $100 each.

Anyone with information that can lead to the identification of these individuals is asked to contact Detective Phil Tripp at the Rock Hill Police Department at 803-329-7200.

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