Troy University officials need your help in catching those behind a university burglary.
The school's math and science complex, located on the Troy campus, was broken into over the weekend.
Police say the suspect or suspects stole laptops and video equipment from two rooms, and attempted to break in to several others.
Police say the case is still under investigation, and they could use all possible help from the public.
“During the holiday season we always try to let our offices know that they need to take precaution,” said Chief Rod Anderson of Troy University Police Dept.
You have any information; call the Troy University Police at 670-3215 or 670-1999.
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