Safe and iPads stolen in Walgrave Primary School raid

Walgrave Primary School, Northamptonshire Police believe the burglary may be linked to one at another school

Thieves have stolen 30 iPads and a safe containing money during a raid at a school in Northamptonshire.

Police said the items were taken from Walgrave Primary School between Friday evening and Saturday morning after the offenders broke in through a window.

Officers want to speak to the drivers of a dark blue Audi A4 seen nearby at about 13:00 GMT on Friday and a van seen on Kettering Road at 22:00.

They have appealed for anyone with information to come forward.

A Northamptonshire Police spokesman added that the burglary may be linked to a raid at Brampton Primary School on 13 November, which saw 16 Toshiba Satellite Pro laptop computers taken.

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