Volusia deputies search for culprits in high school electronics heist

Deputies say $9,700 worth of computers, electronics stolen


DELTONA, Fla. – A local high school had a break-in during which school computers and electronics were stolen, the Volusia County Sheriff's Office said.

A Deltona High School teacher told police he entered his room and found all the doors unlocked.

The teacher found five computer monitors, four laptop computers and a bag of cameras were taken from the room.

The amount of equipment stolen was valued at $9,700, police said.

The school has working security cameras.

The suspects are on the lam, police said.