By Keri Algar

BYRON BAY, NSW: A Byron Bay high school has had over $30,000 worth consumer electronics stolen from its main building, including laptops and a projector.

In a statement the police said they are continuing their appeal for public assistance since the robbery, which occurred during the night of 1 February at a high school on Broken Head Road in Byron Bay.

At least 60 Lenovo laptops were taken as well as a data projector and a sum of cash. The police estimate the total value stolen to be greater than $31,000.

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