|Updated: 6/21/2012 10:34 pm
||Published: 6/21/2012 7:58 pm
LITTLE ROCK, AR-- Cloverdale Middle is where authorities report the latest crime for the Little Rock School District. It is one of two reported this week.
Security Director Bobby Jones says Wednesday night around 8:45, three juveniles broke a window, went inside searching for one thing.
"One of the individuals had a bat and they went into several rooms. Then went into the media center where we have a number of electronic equipment, specifically some IPADS we have in a locked case," said Jones.
But security officers were watching them the entire from its central office and alerted police, causing the juveniles to drop the bat and run.
They end up being arrested just like the person Jones says was involved in a crime at Central High School. Tuesday night, Jones says a man walked inside with a master set of keys, going through various offices and classrooms.
"We got the keys back and we are trying to do the best investigation we can to determine where the keys came from," said Jones.
Jones says both crimes are signs that authorities need your help monitoring school campuses this summer.
"We encourage the community when they see something happening around our schools to help us, because it is your tax money that we are trying to keep people from carrying off and property from being damaged," said Jones.