TULSA - Police are searching for suspects who broke into a Tulsa high school overnight.
Just before 1 a.m. police were called to Nathan Hale High School near 21st and Sheridan for an alarm. Upon arrival they found a cut fence and a broken window.
By the time officers arrived the suspects were gone.
Canine units and a police helicopter were employed to help track the suspects.
A school employee later told 2NEWS four or five computers were stolen. They said the same classroom was broken into last weekend and other items were taken.
At this time police have no leads or suspect descriptions.
"TPS will continue further into this investigation," said Corporal R.W. Solomon. "It's their stolen system. We'll work from there."
Police say this isn't the first school recently targeted.
In recent weeks several other Tulsa metro schools have had computers stolen.
TPS campus police is handling the investigation.
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