Rosenberg Police seek school burglars

January 8, 2009 11:31:46 AM PST
Rosenberg PD are in search of a suspect wanted in relation to the burglary of three schools. The burglaries occurred at George Junior High School, BF Terry High School and Lamar Consolidated Independent School District's natatorium. [SIGN UP: Get headlines and breaking news sent to you]

The burglary of the natatorium occurred on Dec. 18. An assessment of the facility determined that approximately $115 and DeWalt cordless drill and DeWalt sander. Police were able to obtain a shoe print from the crime scene.

On Dec. 27, burglars broke into George Junior High School. A burglar entered the building and roamed through the counselor's office, the science classroom, a file room and the library on the second floor. It is believed that the suspect was looking for money and candy. The suspect rummaged through several drawers and rooms that contained several valuable items that were left undisturbed. An undisclosed amount of cash was taken from the library. The total amount of items damaged and stolen is unknown at this time.

The third burglary occurred on Jan. 5, at approximately 2 a.m., at Terry High School. The burglar rummaged through several rooms throughout the building breaking windows in classrooms and offices along the way. There was extensive damage to a coin operated copy machine. There was also damage to many cabinets throughout the building. The items taken from Terry are as follows:

? 2 Dell lap top computers

? a Western Digital Passport External hard drive

? a black and brown French herringbone briefcase

? undisclosed amount of cash; and

? a cordless power tool kit along with drill bits, wrenches, screwdriver with multiple heads and a hammer.

Police believe that the same person is responsible for all three break-ins. Video footage captured the suspect's image. He is believed to be a black male, wearing a plaid jacket, white shirt and khaki pants.

Anyone with information about any of these crimes is asked to call Fort Bend County Crime Stoppers at 281.342.TIPS or 8477.

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