Burglars sought in Pasadena school break-in

PASADENA — Investigators are looking for the burglar or burglars who broke into an elementary school earlier this week and fled with six iMac computers, three laptops, snacks and even toilet paper.
Police think the burglary at San Rafael Elementary, 1090 Nithsdale Road, happened sometime between 6:15 p.m., Tuesday and 6:45 a.m., Wednesday.
Pasadena police Sgt. Paul Carpenter said a janitor discovered the burglary early Wednesday morning.
The unknown suspects cut a chain link fence and broke into four classrooms, according to Carpenter.
The crooks not only helped themselves to the computers and laptops, they also hauled away Teddy Grahams cookies, juice drinks, toilet paper and Kleenex tissues.
Anyone with information on the case is asked to call the Pasadena Police Detective Bureau at 626-744-4522.
– Ruby Gonzales
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