The North Lakes Academy Upper School building was broken into on January 24.
The police found many clues that may help solve the case.
According to police, the incident took place between 4:30am and 6:30 am. Two intruders broke into the building. They shattered the glass front door and left plenty of fingerprints. Mrs. Cheri discovered the break-in when she arrived at school about 7:00 a.m.
Nothing was stolen from NLA; however, Dance Tech, which shares space with NLA, had items taken from its side of the desk. Those items were not disclosed to protect Dance Tech’s rights.
Nearly a week later, a suspect has not been identified. Police are going to check video footage from the Mini Storage and Wal-Mart for more information.
It is unknown whether the intruders were involved with Dance Tech or NLA. There haven’t been any other issues with break-ins at the Upper School building or at the other campus.
Today, students are carrying on as normal and are ready for their Frozen Five spirit week and Snowball Dance. The break-in hasn’t affected the ability of students and staff to keep doing day to day tasks and enjoying school.