Sullivan County Police are continuing their investigation into the theft of hundreds of iPads from the North Central Junior / Senior High School.
The electronic devices were to replace many text books this school year and were worth over $200,000
Police say that a window was broken out and that probably someone inside passed the iPads out the window to another person.
Investigators are asking residents to keep an eye out on the street or the Internet for iPads clearly labeled as Northeast School Corporation of SullivanCounty property.
Police added they're working with Apple to use the tablets' own technology to find the stolen items.
Classes begin Aug. 14 but instead of iPads students will share what few text books that they have.
If you have a tip contact police.