Equipment taken at special school in Bramley


A laptop computer and a 40in television donated by fundraisers have been stolen in a burglary at a special school in Surrey.

Three men got into Gosden House School at Gosden Common, Bramley, on Saturday evening and stole the equipment before being disturbed by a member of staff.

Gosden House caters for 120 students aged between five and 16.

Det Con Dan Chant said the pupils relied on up-to-date technology to help with their learning.

"These offenders have shown no regard for the students or their education."

Slight build

He said the men got in through a window at the school and appealed for anyone who saw any suspicious activity at the school to come forward.

The suspects are described as three white men in their 20s, all of slight build.

The first had dark hair and a floppy fringe and was wearing jeans.

The second was 5ft 8in tall with Mohican-style hair and was wearing a black T-shirt.

The third man was 5ft 10in tall with short, dark close-shaved hair.

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