- Associated Press - Friday, October 2, 2015

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - It looks like the case of some missing sleeping bags at a New Hampshire high school has been put to bed.

Concord police received a report that 15 sleeping bags were missing from Concord High School last month. They were used in a course called “Reaching Our Potential in Education.”

Staff told police the class stored the sleeping bags, worth a total of $1,900, inside a locked room back in June. But they were gone this fall.

The school conducted an extensive search and called police.

Shortly after putting out a news release Friday, Concord police got a call from the school that the sleeping bags were recovered. It appears they were sent out for dry-cleaning over the summer - but that wasn’t known to the people looking for them.

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