After a golf tournament and luau at the Torrington, Wyo., club, a red dolly and a safe containing the money were stolen. Police reported no forced entry into the building, and believe the perpetrator used the dolly to drag the safe to an adjacent property to load it into a vehicle.
Police are investigating a theft of $14,000 from a safe at Cottonwood Country Club in Torrington, Wyo., following a golf tournament and luau, the Scottsbluff (Neb.) KOTA Territory News reported.
In the early morning hours of July 22, both the golf course’s safe and a red dolly were taken from the premises, the News reported.
Detective–Lieutenant Douglas A. Weeks said police believe the perpetrator, or perpetrators, used the dolly to drag the safe to an adjacent property, where it was loaded into a vehicle and taken, the News reported.
“They had a luau and a big golf tournament so all that money was kept in the safe and it hadn’t been deposited yet,” Weeks said. “So we’re not sure if [the thief is] somebody that was there and knew all that money was there. But there was no forced entry into the building.”
Police are asking residents to keep their eyes peeled for a discarded safe, or people spending more money than they normally would. They’re also asking to be contacted with any information, the News reported.
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