Thieves stole more than a thousand dollars worth of electronics from a private school in Bryan over the Thanksgiving holiday.
Bryan Police say the theft was reported Monday morning at St. Michael's Episcopal School on South College Avenue in Bryan.
Investigators say around $1,200 worth of electronics were taken including computers and televisions.
Police say around $500 worth of damage happened on the inside as the thieves tried to gain access to other areas.
It's unknown how the thieves got in.
"There was no forced entry into the building and there are no leads at this time, so we encourage anyone who has information about this offense to give us a call at the police department," said Officer Kelley McKethan with the Bryan Police Department.
Police say they don't know what day over the holiday the break-in occurred.
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