Rome police are trying to identify these four suspects in relation to a theft from North Heights Elementary School.
Photo: Rome Police Department
Photo: Rome Police Department

Rome police investigate computer theft from elementary school

Police in northwest Georgia are trying to identify four suspects who allegedly stole computers from an elementary school. 

They took five Apple Mac desktops and one laptop from the computer lab at North Heights Elementary School, Rome Detective Kyle York said. 

A school employee reported the theft, which occurred early Thursday, York said. 

Police posted about the suspects on Facebook and asked anyone with information to contact York at 706-238-5127 or message them on Facebook.

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