Students Accused of Stealing Items from Texas Schools Worth $250k

At least one of the 15 and 16 year old suspects was a student at one of the schools.

Two students are facing charges after police say they broke into three schools in a small Texas town and stole over 100 iPads and laptops.

Police say the 15 and 16-year old boys, whose names are not being released, broke into East Bernard’s elementary, middle and high schools for the theft, according to

Surveillance footage was released to the public and the minors were eventually turned in by someone who they tried to sell the stolen items to. The students are facing charges of burglary, theft and criminal mischief.

After it was revealed that the students spent roughly four hours in the schools officials are considering adding security alarms.

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