INDIANAPOLIS - Thieves broke into a trailer at a southwest side UPS location and stole 80 brand new laptops, according to police.
According to a police report, sometime between April 17th and 21st more than $30,000 worth of new Lenovo Thinkpad E545 laptops were stolen from a trailer at the UPS Freight depot at 3747 W Morris Street.
Indianapolis police were notified of the thefts on Wednesday.
Police did not initially release any suspect information.
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