A missing golf car is the sort of thing most people notice. But at one Florida high school, it seems to have taken some time.
A golf car was part of the school property that could not be accounted for when Broward County schools auditors investigated Northeast High School, according to the South Florida Sun-Sentinel. The car valued at $1,500 wasn’t the only cumbersome item that went missing; other unaccounted-for items included a library shelf and a cafeteria table. Equipment such as iPads and music instruments also went missing.
The newspaper report did not give any details on what kind of golf car it was.
“I don’t know how you get on a golf cart every day and one day it’s not there and don’t immediately report it,” Moses Barnes, chairman of the district’s Audit Committee, told the Sun-Sentinel. “Hopefully, we have a plan to prevent this from happening again, because it’s really embarrassing when the press sees golf carts are missing.”