Investigation into stolen computers at DSHA
Nick Montes reports. Video by 620wtmj.comvideo
MILWAUKEE - A big burglary at a Catholic high school in Milwaukee has parents concerned.
Thieves stole 20 laptop computers on Monday morning from Divine Savior Holy Angels High School on Milwaukee's far west side.
Police are asking for your help in finding them.
DSHA is normally a very secure school, with cameras and security doors.
Officials say security cameras caught some of the burglary. MPD is using it for an investigation.
The thieves accessed the school by breaking a ground floor window of the attached convent door.
Thieves busted the convent window and the office doors.
An incident like this has never happened before at the school.
The stolen laptops are used to teach business classes, and they don't contain personal information.
"Anytime your space is violated, it's frustrating. It's unnerving," said principal Dan Quesnell.
He believes two people stole the laptops, which are worth $25,000.
In the meantime, teachers are trying to do lessons without the computers.
Between modifying what she's doing, the curriculum, and using other machines, she'll be able to keep classes running.
Parents have concerns about their kids' safety.
"For someone to break into a school anywhere, it's concerning," said Jean Bieser, a parent.
Quesnell told Nick that they insured the computers.
If you have information, Milwaukee Police ask you to call them.