Visitors' Clubhouse Burglarized At Whitaker Bank Ballpark

Contributor: Christine Winter
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Updated: 5/24/2012 7:41 pm
While the Lexington Legends were playing Wednesday night a crook was at work in the opposing team's clubhouse.

Lexington police say someone got into the West Virginia Power's clubhouse and stole thousands of dollars of the players' personal items.

Police are still looking for any leads in this case.

The problem is there are literally thousands of suspects and no video surveillance or evidence available.

According to police more than $9,000 worth of the players' personal property was stolen.

Investigators say whomever is responsible simply walked into the clubhouse and stole wallets, cell phones, personal electronics and even a passport.

The West Virginia Power declined to comment about the burglary.
Legends Media Relations Representative Keith Elkins told ABC 36 the club did not have a comment on what happened, and right now does not have any plans to step-up security during games.
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