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Over $1,000 worth stolen from Boys and Girls Club

COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) -

Columbus police report that more than $1,000 worth of items was stolen from the Boys and Girls Club of The Chattahoochee Valley over the weekend.

Kevin Counts, the teen director, discovered the burglary on Monday morning and police were dispatched to the scene.

Upon arrival, police determined that the following items were stolen:

~1 Pioneer Surround Sound Stereo - $289

~1 Sony VCR/DVD player - $40

~1 XBOX360 - $300

~1 Playstation 3 - $300

~A number of t-shirts worth $336 altogether

 Additionally, a $10 property damage was reported.

The alarm did not go off during the burglary. The case remains under investigation by the Columbus Police Department.  

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