Computers stolen from Cairo High School

A dozen small computers were stolen from a Cairo High School classroom recently, and Cairo Police are following leads in the case.
The school purchased the 12 Dell computer notebooks last year using grant money, and they were used in the school’s social studies’ department.
A teacher had stacked the computers on his desk on Friday, Oct. 29, and locked his classroom door. When he returned to school on Monday morning, Nov. 1, and unlocked his classroom door, the computers were gone. Cairo Police did not find any signs of forced entry.
The high school is offering a $100 reward for any information leading to the return of the computers and an arrest in the case, according to CHS Principal David McCurry. Anyone with information about the computers should contact Cairo Police at 378-3096, or Mr. McCurry at 377-2222.

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