Two laptops were stolen in a weekend burglary at the Amador-Tuolumne Community Action Agency in Sonora.
Sgt. Tim Wertz of the Sonora Police Department said there was no sign of forced entry at the agency, which is on the 400 block of Highway 49. An investigating officer was not sure how someone was able to access the building.
The burglary was reported to Sonora Police at 8:12 a.m. Monday, he said, but the theft was believed to have occurred sometime over the weekend.
An officer was assigned to conduct a follow-up investigation, he added, and will look for additional information from witnesses or footage around the location.
“If there's any video in the area, they'll check that out and that kind of thing,” he said.
The ATCAA office is in a business mall with multiple other storefronts and offices.
ATCAA is one of many local philanthropic and aid organizations in Tuolumne County that provide services to the financially insecure, homeless and disadvantaged.
Wertz said he was not aware of any history of the ATCAA office as a target for thefts or burglary historically.
Wertz said it is a felony to burglarize a residence or building with the intent to steal, and if anyone is caught with the laptops, they likely will be charged with possession of stolen property.
ATCAA Communications Manager Kristy Moore could not be reached for comment.