Alan Evans, who teaches a digital animation class at Palos Verdes Peninsula High Schooll in Palos Verdes, California, searched eBay on a hunch and found ten Macintosh G5 computers that had been stolen from his classroom October 29. That led police to the two students who had broken in and taken the equipment. They were arrested Tuesday. The Macs were described as "graphics-intensive Mac G5s with nice plasma screen monitors", worth $5,000 each. Local newspaper story Evans is a former animation industry professional whose porfolio (which may be slow to respond due to all the publicity this week) covers comic book style art and some 3D work.