Little League stadium renovated on Extreme Makeover robbed of plasma TV, microwave

The Little League stadium renovated on Extreme Makeover: Home Edition episode focused on Hurricane Wilma victims was robbed this past weekend.

Thieves took “a donated 46-inch plasma television, a $500 microwave and $40″ from the East Boynton Beach Little League clubhouse, according to the Sun-Sentinel. The show worked on the stadium and clubhouse in February.

The paper says that officials “bought extra window locks to protect the stout, two-story building,” and it’s about time, since “[t]he concession stand has been broken into three times in the last 18 months.”

Baseball field hit with loss [Sun-Sentinel]

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