Police keep eye out for technology stolen from schools
GLADSTONE Police are searching through the classifieds and pawn shops looking for Toshiba overhead projectors and walkie talkies stolen from Star of the Sea School and Chanel College.
The schools have been broken into five times in the past month.
The locks on a demountable office were busted and entry gained at the Star of the Sea on July 14, July 17 and August 3, where five walkie talkies were stolen.
The three projectors were stolen from Chanel College after the offenders broke in through windows on July 27 and August 4.
Gladstone Police Criminal Investigation Branch Detective Senior Sergeant Luke Peachey said police were asking for any information about someone trying to sell these items.
"We're not sure if these are related or a coincidence," he said.
"Someone might be setting up a home entertainment system with the projectors, but they only need one and will be trying to flog the others off."
Anyone with information should 1800 333 000.