A Dearborn elementary school was broken into recently, but nothing much was taken.
According to reports, the building engineer at reported the break-in to police the morning of June 3 after he discovered that things were out of place in the cafeteria and kitchen of the school. Among other signs, he noted that food had been scattered in several places on the floor, while footprints were found on the kitchen sink.
A check with ADT found that the alarm at the school had been tripped on Saturday night around 11:19 p.m. An ADT guard checked the building at that time and found no suspects.
A report from the security company showed multiple alarm activations throughout the school–the first of which was at entry door No. 5.
The building engineer confirmed that door No. 5 is difficult to shut, and could possibly have been left loose.
A thorough inspection of the school found that the only things missing were a computer mouse and mouse pad.
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