iPads, cash stolen from Fort Smith library

This is one of the iPads stolen from the library. (Photo retrieved from Facebook).

Updated July 17, 1:30 p.m. with information from RCMP.

The Town of Fort Smith is hoping residents can help find two stolen iPads.

In a post on social media, officials said the Mary Kaeser Library was broken into over the weekend.

RCMP confirmed officers responded to a break and enter call on Sunday and found a broken window.

Two of the library’s four iPads were stolen; one was a regular-sized tablet, with Indigenous language learning apps, the other was an iPad mini that had apps for new parents.

Have you seen this iPad? The Mary Kaeser Library was broken in to on the weekend and two of our iPads were stolen. One…

Posted by The Town of Fort Smith, NT on Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Police say there was also some money stolen but didn’t specify an amount.

No charges have been laid so far.

Anyone with information can contact the library at 872-2296 or Fort Smith RCMP at 872-1111.

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