Fifteen Apple laptops were missing following a break-in at Palo Alto High School over the weekend, Palo Alto police said.
The break-in is under "active investigation," Palo Alto Police Acting Sgt. Chris Hammett said today (May 11).
Paly Principal Phil Winston said a school employee who was working over the weekend called police after noticing a broken window at about 9 a.m. Saturday, according to the Paly Voice, a student news website.
Police arrived and secured the area, and the missing items were identified Monday morning, he said.
"The building was alarmed," Winston told the Voice. "The stuff that was taken was also very secure."
In a separate incident at Paly over the weekend, a window was smashed around 10 p.m. Saturday but nothing was stolen, police said.