SCHOOLS, a supermarket and a unit have all been the target of break and enters in Leeton recently.
A home in Waratah Street was targeted sometime between midday on April 20 and 10am on April 21 when unknown thieves entered the unit and stole an iPad, laptop, wallet, rings and a pair of Nike shoes.
Police said Leeton High School has also been broken into twice during the school holidays, with the first incident occurring on April 17 about 7am.
A woodwork room was damaged as a result.
The second incident took place between April 19 and April 22 where rubbish and glue was thrown around. Police don't believe any property was stolen.
Between 3.50am and 4.20am on April 23, St Francis College was also the scene of a break and enter.
A man with a black Labrador was seen entering the school and looking around before he allegedly entered a classroom and attempted to steal a projector installed on a ceiling.
The man also tried to damage cameras, but police have been able to obtain CCTV footage, which will be reviewed.
A bike and several bags were later found located at the nearby Leeton golf course.
Earlier that morning around 1.40am at a supermarket in the area, a window was smashed and an offender attempted to gain access to cigarette cupboards, but was unsuccessful.
After rummaging around, the person was scared off when an employee came into the carpark to start a shift in the store's bakery.
Police are investigating the possibility of the break and enters likely being linked.
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