3 teens arrested after break-in at elementary school

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SAN DIEGO -- San Diego officers took three juveniles into custody early Tuesday morning following a break-in at an elementary school in the Paradise Hills neighborhood, police said.

Officers were alerted to the break-in by a burglary alarm just before midnight at Paradise Hills Elementary School at 5816 Alleghany St., San Diego police Officer Dino Delimitros said. Responding police officers arrived and spotted several people running through the school grounds. They were reportedly trying to take more than a dozen Apple computers from the school.

Three teenagers were arrested but it wasn't immediately clear if any other suspects were outstanding, Delimitros said.  An investigation was ongoing.

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