Computer tablets stolen from the Red Hill Primary School have been recovered by police around nine weeks after they were reported missing.
Police were called to the school following a burglary on April 7 when 43 new Apple iPads were stolen from an office. The offenders entered the school sometime between 4pm on Friday and 3.30pm on Monday.
Four unmarked boxes were taken from the office. The boxes contained 16GB iPad minis and 16GB iPad 2s.
Police recovered 32 of the stolen devices from a Queanbeyan residence on Tuesday and questioned a 37-year-old man at City Station.
He will appear before court at a later date.
Investigations continue into the whereabouts of the remaining iPads.