BRUNSWICK — Brunswick police are investigating a break-in that took place over the weekend at a nonprofit art center for adults with disabilities.

Police received a call at 2:53 p.m. Sunday from an employee reporting that someone had broken into Spindleworks on Lincoln Street and stolen four laptop computers, which contained digital archives of several years of work by Spindleworks’ artists.

Also taken in the break-in was an undisclosed amount of cash.

According to Spindleworks’ website, more than 35 disabled artists work at Spindleworks in a variety of mediums that include painting and drawing, ceramics and woodworking, weaving and fabric arts. In addition, the artists write poetry and stories.

Their work is exhibited at Spindleworks, as well as in local and national art shows. The theft took place sometime between Friday night and Sunday.