Posted: Tue 21st Mar 2017

Police appeal for information after thieves broke into a Flint primary school and stole eight I-pads

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Tuesday, Mar 21st, 2017

Police are hunting thieves who stole eight I-pads in Flint primary school burglary.

Thieves broke into Ysgol Gwynedd Primary School on Prince of Wales Avenue in Flint during the half term holiday, on February 22.

It’s believed the thieves broke in at around 7.50pm.

The serial numbers of the stolen I- pads are;

  • DMPP71D2FK10
  • DMPP71P2FK10
  • DMPP71U4FK10
  • DMPP72BXFK10
  • DMPP7307FK10
  • DMPP761QFK10
  • DMPP7260FK10
  • DMRP623LFK10

If anyone has information about the burglary or the stolen items please call police on 101 quoting reference
RC17025528.

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