Two primary schools were broken into last week as burglaries continue to be an issue in the Pilbara.
Alarms went off at Karratha Primary School late on Sunday night when two people allegedly entered through a window and stole a milk crate full of iPads and laptops.
Police have charged a man and woman found on the school grounds with aggravated burglary and stealing a motor vehicle.
Onslow Primary School was also broken into in the early hours of Monday, January 9.
Onslow police acting officer-in-charge Senior Constable Matthew Dwyer said someone had jimmied open the door, pulled the lock out of its recess and “ransacked” two classrooms in the building but nothing appeared to have been stolen.