Officials are looking for new leads in the disappearance of more than $68,000 in iPads from a local school district.
Approximately 171 iPads -- valued around $400 a piece -- went missing from the Willingboro school district between April and November of 2013, according to officials from the Willingboro Township Police Department.
The disappearance was reported to police by the Willingboro Board of Education the following February and an investigation was launched, although all leads have since been exhausted.
Police are still working to determine whether the iPads were stolen or lost.
The district's insurance company will reimburse them $59,000 for the devices, the Burlington County Times reports.
Anyone with information regarding the missing iPads should contact the Willingboro Township Police.