(The address on embedded google image does NOT represent the incident location, it is only intended for reference purposes.)
JERSEY CITY – Police are searching for suspects after a Jersey City Community Charter School was broken into Monday night and several camera wires were cut, according to police reports.
At around 11:35 p.m. on March 16th. officers responded to a Jersey City Community Charter School on Bentley Ave. on report of a burglary in progress. When they arrived they were met by one of the school’s custodians who told police that when he entered the school, he saw a computer monitor lying face down at the front desk with cut wire’s from video monitoring equipment. The building was secured around the perimeter the prevent any suspects from escaping. A sweep of the interior of the building was conducted which included the roof and basement but there were no suspects to be found. Police discovered that the camera wires were cut in eleven rooms and the camera was pulled out of the wall in a twelfth room.
No injuries were reported and no further information is available at this time.