Thieves had better think twice before stealing a computer from the Fort Worth, Texas, school district, reports the Dallas Morning News: Fort Worth school officials say police have recovered a laptop computer taken from one of their schools because a tracking device had been installed on it. The laptop, valued at $1,500, was lifted from a classroom at Polytechnic High School in late October while the teacher was at a meeting. The computer did not contain any personal information about students, officials said. The Fort Worth school district had recently bought Lo/Jack tracking technology for its computers. Police tracked the

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