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Boys & Girls Clubs offers reward for stolen air conditioners
Published on Mon, Jul 15, 2013 (3:23 p.m.)
Late last week, several large air conditioning units were stolen from the roof of the Boys & Girls Clubs’ Robindale Clubhouse, 2980 Robindale Road (Eastern & Robindale). Damage is estimated at more than $25,000. The large clubhouse serves more than 150 kids a day; and at this time, a large portion of the clubhouse is without air conditioning.
The Boys & Girls Clubs is offering a $1,000 cash reward for information leading to the arrest of the thieves. To report information, call 702/253-2802 for the incident report number and non-emergency police department number to call.
A private supporter of the nonprofit organization donated the reward money.
Media Note: If you would like to come the Robindale Clubhouse and see the area where the theft occurred, call Ken Rubeli, Boys & Girls Clubs CEO at 702/408-5268 or 702/253-2802. There are stairs leading to the roof.
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About Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada
The new Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada is a merger of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Henderson and Boys & Girls Clubs of Las Vegas. The new nonprofit organization operates 14 facilities and three summer outreach programs in Southern Nevada, and serves more than 30,000 youth in Las Vegas, North Las Vegas, Henderson, Southern Highlands and Summerlin. Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada provides every child with the essential tools needed for a successful and bright future through a variety of daily creative, fun, and educational programs. Annual membership is as little as $10 per child. For information, visit www.bgchenderson.org, www.bgclv.org, and www.bgcsnv.org, or call (702) 565-6568.
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