APS reports $355,000 worth of stolen items last school year

Updated: 07/28/2014 10:21 PM | Created: 07/28/2014 9:52 PM
By: staff

Computers, copper wiring, a truck and pear trees were among the more than $355,000 worth of items stolen from Albuquerque Public Schools last year.

The complete list, released by the school district Monday night, shows items stolen from various schools.

Adminstrative offices, parking lots computer labs and classrooms were the most frequently robbed locations.

Some items were recovered, including a $26,000 truck stolen from the district's Maintenance and Operations lot.

Five trees, totaling $1,000, were stolen from Adobe Acres Elementary School.

The least expensive item on the list, $6 worth of candy stolen from a student at John Adams Elementary School.

The southwest Albuquerque based district 1 reported more than $89,000 worth of stolen items.

The northeast heights based district 7 reported $4,872 worth of stolen items.

Click here to see the complete list.

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