OGDEN -- Police believe the same people are responsible for two break-ins at the Ogden School District's main offices over the weekend.
"We have some leads we're investigating," said Ogden Police Lt. Chad Ledford.
The first break-in was reported Friday at 7 a.m. when a custodian noticed a GE window mount air-conditioning unit had been removed at the district office at 1950 Monroe Blvd., Ledford said.
The AC unit had been secured into the window with a plywood so it would fit, Ledford said.
The plywood had been kicked out, giving the thief access to the unit.
District personnel then secured the window with another piece of plywood and secured the building before leaving at 6 a.m. Friday.
On Monday morning, a burglary was reported at the same place, Ledford said.
This time the thief or thieves kicked in the plywood, entered the building and took about $3,200 worth of equipment, including a Hewlett Packard flatscreen monitor, desktop computers, flash drives, Adobe software, toner and white T-shirts.
Ledford said he cold not comment on whether or not the school district had security cameras in the area where the thefts occurred, but does believe both incidents a