30 laptop computers stolen from city high school

December 10, 2004|BY A SUN STAFF WRITER

Thieves broke into Baltimore Freedom Academy last week and stole 30 laptop computers, school officials said yesterday.

The laptops, which have wireless Internet capabilities, were donated this summer to the innovative public high school, which is housed in Lombard Middle School, just east of downtown.

School police were investigating the theft of the laptops, which were valued at a total of about $50,000.

The school received them from the Centre for Management and Technology, a Baltimore-based nonprofit group that helps schools and other nonprofits improve their technology and efficiency.

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