BERKELEY (CBS SF) – University of California, Berkley police logs reveal that 29 iPads were reported stolen from the Lawrence Hall of Science over a two month period earlier this summer.

In addition to the iPads, and Android tablet and headphones were also taken between June 15th and August 10th, reports Cal’s Daily Californian. The gadgets are likely from the Lawrence Hall of Science, according to UCPD Lt. Marc DeCoulode.

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The estimated cost of the stolen items was $13,000, according to the Californian.

It was not immediately clear if the items were stolen in individual incidents or one at a time.

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University police have previously had success recovering stolen goods after finding them for sale online.

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