DOBBS FERRY, N.Y. Over $2,000 of music equipment was recently stolen from St. Christophers and police said a student may be a suspect.
An iMac computer and assorted recording equipment were stolen from the music room at St. Christophers sometime between Jan. 27 and Jan. 30, Dobbs Ferry police said. A teacher reported it to the principal on Jan. 30. The total value of the equipment stolen is $2,154.92 according to police. The suspect is a 21-year-old male student who a witness saw unsupervised in the area holding a large duffel bag. Police said the suspect is close to graduation and had been given special privileges and access to certain areas so he may have had a key. The incident is still under investigation.
In other news from the police blotter:
- A Maryland woman was visiting a friend in Dobbs Ferry when she had her two front tires punctured by an unknown person on Feb. 4 according to police. Police said she parked her 2006 Ford Escape in a back lot on Main Street. The total damage cost was estimated at $120 by police.
- A 32-year-old Dobbs Ferry man had various items stolen from his 2011 Toyota Tundra between the night of Feb. 2 and the early morning of Feb. 3. Police said the man parked his vehicle in a lot on Broadway and had a Garmin GPS, a radar detector, a cell phone charger and a stream light stolen, with a total value of $985.
- Police said a 17-year-old male student had his iPhone stolen on Jan. 31 after leaving it unattended on a locker room bench. Police said the student left his phone, valued at $700, on a bench unattended between 9:15 a.m. and 10 a.m. and it was gone when he returned. Police are still investigating the matter.
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