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Camp Spaulding in Concord damaged in burglary
CONCORD — Concord police are asking for the public's help in identifying those who broke into a local summer camp sometime April 24-25 and stole computer equipment along with other items.
The thief or thieves also took keys that allowed access to the entire facility. That resulted in the camp changing all its locks, which cost an estimated $5,000, police said in a press release.
The damage at Camp Spaulding, located at 210 Bog Road, Concord, included several smashed fluorescent lights. Thieves also made off with a computer monitor and sound-system equipment.
Police believe the suspect used the stolen keys to access other areas of the building, where more property was taken, including a Ryobi drill, several two-way radios, and a Realistic sound amplifier.
The day prior to the burglary, staff reported seeing a white Dodge Neon occupied by a male and female driving into the camp area and then exiting. No other information about the car was obtained.
Concord police have recovered some evidence in the case but are asking the public to assist in identifying possible suspects.
Anyone who has information is asked to call the Concord Regional Crimeline at 226-3100 or submit information online to the website at www.concordregionalcrimeline.com, or Text TIP234 and a message to CRIMES (274637). Crimeline awards cash to anyone whose information leads to the arrest and indictment of criminals. All tips remain anonymous.
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