LEBANON, Ind. (Lebanon Reporter) - Five laptops were stolen from the Lebanon High School girl’s golf team bus Thursday.
The school issued laptops, valued at an estimated $4,750, were stolen while the team was practicing at the Smock Golf Course, located at 3910 East County Line Road in Indianapolis, 24-Hour News 8’s news partner The Lebanon Reporter reports.
The team was practicing for their regional tournament.
Lebanon School Police say the bus was locked at the time of the break-in. A Carmel bus parked next to the LHS bus was also broken into.
Calculators and school supplies were also taken from the Lebanon bus.
This was the first year LHS had issued a laptop to every student.
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