School Burglarized After Facebook Computer Donation

Thieves break into classroom for second time.

By Chris Roberts
|  Thursday, May 23, 2013  |  Updated 1:42 PM PDT
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Facebook donation of computers may have made a San Bruno elementary school a target.

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A San Bruno school was burglarized on Tuesday night, about a month after the elementary institution received a donation of computers from Facebook, according to reports.

El Crystal Elementary School had been hit by a burglary in March, when 20 Apple computers were stolen, according to the San Francisco Examiner. Facebook donated 15 MacBookPros to the school after the heist.

The same classroom that had the stolen Apples was burglarized again on Tuesday, but the computers were not there.

Thieves broke a window and forced open a door, but the room had nothing of value, the newspaper reported.

"All they got," Principal Skip Johnson said, "was arrested."

Three people -- 20-year-old Antoine Warren Jr., and 19-year-olds Jonte Poole and Richard Livingston, all of Fairfield -- were taken into custody on suspicion of burglary.
 

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