Imagine searching on Craigslist and finding that someone is selling your child's school supplies.
According to reports filed with Omaha police, that's what happened at Central Park Elementary School at North 42nd and Grand Avenue.
The police report states that the school's program director of security learned one of the school district's laptops was for sale on Craigslist in late January. The program director followed up, taking inventory of the school's computers and found that 12 were missing since last check in 2009.
Omaha Public School District spokesperson Todd Andrews issued a statement on behalf of the district and Central Park Elementary, “OPS is aware that several computers are missing from Central Park Elementary. The district is working with police to find the missing computers.”
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