Man arrested trying to sell SF State computers at pawn shop 

San Francisco police reportedly arrested a man Monday morning who was at a pawn shop trying to sell two computers labeled as San Francisco State University property following a break-in at the school recently.

The Humanities Building at SFSU was broken into over the weekend and two iMac computers were stolen, school spokeswoman Ellen Griffin said. There was broken glass and damage to some windows and the room where the two computers were stolen.

The person arrested at the pawn shop was not a student or affiliated with the university in any way, Griffin said.

As of Tuesday afternoon, San Francisco police did not have any further information on the arrest.

rnagle@sfexaminer.com

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