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Appeal after nursery iPad is stolen from a school in Dronfield

Posted on 2nd November 2016

Police are appealing for information after an iPad was stolen from a primary school in Dronfield.

The device, which is used by youngsters in the nursery class at Gorseybrigg Primary School, was taken some time during the school half term holidays.

Officers believe it may have been smashed and discarded close to the underpass, opposite the shops on Pentland Road, but the tablet has yet to be found.

The school are keen to recover the iPad as it has vital learning materials for the children and programmes which could still be retrieved.

Anyone with information should contact PC Ben Sindall by calling 101, or alternatively, send him a message online by visiting the Contact Us section of our website by clicking here.

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