Over 100 iPads stolen from Ysgol Melin Gruffydd, Cardiff

Police are appealing for information following a theft of more than 100 iPads from a school in Cardiff.

The iPads and iPad cases worth an estimated £34,000 were stolen from Ysgol Melin Gruffydd, Whitchurch, during the school summer holidays.

Scenes of crimes officers have examined the school in Glan-Y-Nant Road as part of the on-going investigation.

The theft was reported to South Wales Police on 3 September, at the start of the new academic year.

Sergeant Jason Wilcox said: "Those responsible have stolen valuable property that is used to teach and benefit local children.

"I am sure they will be trying to sell these items in order to make themselves some money."

Anyone with information is asked to contact South Wales Police on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 quoting occurrence 62130277638.

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