ORLANDO, Fla. - Investigators are searching for the person who used a piece of brick to break into an elementary school.
Police in Orlando said someone used the brick to smash a window and break into a portable at Grand Avenue Elementary School off Grand Street Tuesday night.
According to investigators, the thief stole a CD player, projector and a laptop.
This is the fourth burglary at the school since last month.
Police haven’t said if the burglaries are connected.
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