Police are investigating a double break-in at two schools on Monday (Labor Day).
Walnut Creek Police Lt. Bryan Hill said Wednesday police have no leads at this time.
"While they may be related (based on time frame and the fact that they were both schools), there is no evidence to confirm that at this time," Hill wrote in an email.
Six new Apple computers were stolen from Indian Valley Elementary School on Marshall Drive by burglars who apparently used a massive crowbar to break locks, said Patricia Wool, superintendent of the Walnut Creek School District. The burglars were selective, not taking other older computers and cameras.
At Indian Valley, there was an apparent dry run with a break-in Aug. 29 in which nothing was stolen, said Wool, speaking at a WCSD governing board meeting Tuesday night.
On the same night, Valle Verde Elementary School on Peachwillow Lane was hit.
Authorities are asking residents to be observant of suspicious behavior in school neighborhoods, Wool said.