Two students broke into the office of their school's vice-principal to steal cash and property, a court has heard. Yeung Ka-ming, 17, and Hui Chak-pui, 16, broke into the office at Kiangsu Chekiang College in Braemar Hill Road in North Point in the early hours of March 6. There, they found an expired driving licence, belonging to the vice-principal, and lost property including Octopus cards and HK$1,420 in cash, prosecutor Kwok Wing-lung told the District Court. Police patrolling the area spotted the pair acting suspiciously and arrested them shortly after 3.30am. They were carrying the stolen goods, as well as a screwdriver, a metal file, an army knife, a baseball cap, a surgical mask and a pair of gloves. When questioned under caution by police, the pair admitted carrying out the burglary. Yeung wore the mask, cap and gloves to conceal his identity when he forced open the window and broke into a drawer in the office, the court head. Hui acted as a lookout. The two were expelled by the school. They earlier pleaded guilty to a charge of burglary, and Deputy Judge Sham Siu-man adjourned sentencing to August 29, pending community service order reports.