In three separate incidences, four Apple MacBook laptops and an iPhone were stolen from Millburn High School in the last five days.
The security director of Millburn High School told police on Monday that sometime last Thursday morning, three white Apple MacBooks were stolen from Classroom 211 between 8 a.m. and 1 p.m. The school is conducting its own investigation as well and told police they would contact them with any additional information.
On Monday, two different students also reported thefts of Apple products at the school, with both incidents occurring in or near the boys’ locker room around the same time.
A 16-year-old boy said someone entered his backpack between 8:30 and 9 a.m. and took a MacBook and a computer mouse. The backpack was on a bench outside the boy’s locker room at the time of the theft. The boy said he had reported the incident to school security but they were unable to retrieve any video surveillance video from outside the locker room.
In another case, a student say he put his iPhone 3GS in his pants pocket and put the pants inside his backpack when he changed for gym class around 8:40 a.m. on Monday. When gym class was over at approximately 9:15, he told police, he saw that his phone and its red case were missing. The backpack was not inside a locker but off to the side in the locker room. The boy told police that the gym teacher said that he had locked the doors to locker room after all the students left it to come to class.