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Western Skateland Offering Reward For Information Leading To Arrest Of Person Who Stole Computer
Updated July 7, 2015 8:26 AM | Filed under: Crime
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(BLOOMINGTON) - Western Skateland is requesting the public's help in locating the person that entered the skating rink on Saturday, July 4 around 8:20 p.m. and stole the facilities In Win Cybertron PC.

Police say that a surveillance camera shows the male entering the closed skating rink on West 17th Street by tampering with a rear door and stealing the skating rink's primary music source.

Daniel Morris, general manager and son of Skateland owner Elaine Baker, says that he had more than 5,000 songs, mostly iTunes, music videos, and some personal pictures of his children on the computer.

Morris values the computer around $1,600, but the cost of 5,000 songs at $1.25 each raises the value to more than $7,000.

Morris posted a picture of the suspect on Facebook and more than 70,000 people have seen the post. Tips have led police to a possible suspect.

Western Skateland will continue to operate under normal summer business hours, and is offering free admission for a year as a reward for information leading to an arrest.



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