BOSTON — A custodian from Wellesley Middle School has been charged in connection with the theft of Apple computer products, according to the Boston Herald.
Police are saying that 35-year-old Gino Lister stole numerous items from the school and then sold them, the article stated.
According to the article, police have already recovered 10 stolen Apple computer products and are still looking for other stolen items, including Apple MacBooks, Apple iPads, electronics, silver and silver jewelry made by students.
Lister pled not guilty to the charges of larceny, possession of stolen property worth more than $250 and possession of stolen property worth less than $250, the article noted.
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