Thieves steal bleachers from school
Thieves have stolen a set of new bleachers from a Delaware school.
The News Journal reports that the bleachers were taken from Christ the Teacher Catholic School in Glasgow.
The school's principal, Sister LaVerne King, says she believes thieves needed a truck to take the bleachers. They were made of aluminum and believed to weigh more than 800 pounds.
The school recently bought four sets of bleachers for a field where students play baseball and softball. Each set cost the school $1,200 plus $200 for delivery. Three sets remain.
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