Caretaker held in school theft probe

By | 07/10/2009 0 comments

Caretaker held in school theft probe

A 32-year-old man working as a part-time school caretaker has been arrested by police on suspicion of theft.
The Bolton-on-Dearne man, was arrested after money and electrical equipment was stolen from Heather Garth School, Billingley View, Bolton-upon-Dearne, where he had been employed.
Items including a digital camera and a computer were reportedly stolen at some time between midday on July 24 and 8am on August 8.
The man has been released on bail until November 2 to allow further enquiries to take place.


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