Summer security update: 12 iMac computers missing, over 100 surveillance cameras installed

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Originally published on August 28, 2015

A new surveillance camera, installed this past summer, in the art wing near the photography room, where 12 computers were found missing. Photo courtesy of Whitney C. Lim

An art teacher returned from summer break to find that 12 iMac computers were missing from the photography room, according to dean Ivan Yee.

Architecture and photography teacher Julian Pollak discovered the missing computers on Aug. 11. It is unclear when the computers were actually taken from the room.

Pollak estimated that the computers were worth $24,000.

Over 100 new security cameras were installed on campus as part of the summer’s construction, according to Holly Giles, assistant principal of buildings and grounds. She said that the security cameras went live on Aug. 17.

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