A stained glass window was broken and computers and iPads were stolen from a Catholic school on Manhattan's Upper West Side, the Archdiocese of New York said.
The robbery occurred Friday night at the St. Gregory the Great School on West 90th Street after the school's graduation ceremony, said Fran Davies, a spokeswoman for the Archdiocese.
"At no time were any children at risk," Davies said. "The school has been secured and the archdiocese is cooperating with the police investigation and working to complete the necessary repairs and replace the computers."
According to a report on DNAinfo, 45 iPads, eight laptops and five desktop computers were taken from the school during the break-in.