ATLANTA - "We want to give our kids in this community and this neighborhood a fair chance at having an education," said John Kimbrough, who owns the center with his wife Niecy. He says the thefts have cost his business around $3,500.
"And it kind of wears on you, because every time you try to take a couple steps forward, somebody's there to knock you back down," Kimbrough said.
The school has been broken into, its tool shed raided, and even its minivan stolen. Atlanta police are investigating the crimes. What's most frustrating for Kimbrough, is that he has taken steps to prevent crime like this, including adding surveillance cameras and installing barbed wire. He's asking anyone with any information to call investigators.