Two Northwest ISD vans full of cameras, digital video recorders, maintenance jackets and other tools were stolen this weekend from the support services building in Fort Worth.
District officials were still trying to determine a cost estimate for the stolen materials, but the two vans and a new video recorder alone cost about $42,000, district spokeswoman Lesley Weaver said.
Eleven other vans in the parking lot received minor damage, such as busted windows
One of the stolen cargo vans was a white 2005 Ford SD350, Texas Exempt license plate 881-060 with the district’s logo and the number "15" painted on the side. The other was a white 2006 Ford E250, Texas Exempt license plate 213-866 with the district's logo and the number "17" painted on the side.
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The stolen jackets are navy blue with a white name patch sewn on the chest. The names on the jackets are Randy Allen, Ty Hairrell and Kevin Monroe.
District officials have asked all employees and community members to call the police if they see any the vans or missing jackets.