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The Roseville High School photography laboratory was burglarized sometime during the night of July 25. A suspect pried the door to the lab, located at 1 Tiger Way,ย  and took 39 cameras and four lenses. The total value of the stolen high school property is approximately $10,000.

Detectives learned that during the past week, someone tried to sell cameras to people on the streets in neighborhoods near the high school, and also around Royer Park.

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Most of the stolen cameras were Fuji digital “point and shoot” cameras and Pentax single-lens-reflex (SLR) cameras. A few miscellaneous cameras and lenses were also taken, including Canon, Olympus and Spotmatic SLR cameras, and Pentax, Tonkina and Takumar lenses.

Anyone who recently acquired a camera in the Roseville area in this manner is asked to call the Roseville Police Investigation Unit at (916)774-5070. Police staff can check the serial number of the camera to determine if it belongs to the high school.

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