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Computers stolen from Mpumalanga school

2012-01-19 20:05

Johannesburg - Three computers and a plasma television set worth about R20 000 have been stolen from a school in Seabe village, Mpumalanga police said on Thursday.

The intruders broke the door of Mmutle Combined School's office and gained entry on Tuesday night, Sergeant Hastings Chaane said.

Staff noticed the burglary when they arrived for work on Wednesday morning. A house breaking and theft docket was opened.

The burglars were still being sought.

Comments
  • Kathleen - 2012-01-22 06:13

    These thieves and others like them are totally amoral. They are depriving students of the opportunity to better themselves and want them to remain ignorant. If Sharia law was practised in South Africa there would be a definite skills shortage because of the number of one-handed people.

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