Over $ 3,000 in Play Equipment Stolen from Park Middle School After-School Program | Crime and courts

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Thousands of dollars worth of video games and game consoles were stolen earlier this week from the Boys and Girls Club community learning center at Park Middle School.

Kimberly Goins, executive director of the Lincoln / Lancaster County Boys and Girls Club, said the burglary occurred between Sunday evening and early Monday morning.

Five game consoles – worth around $ 600 each – were stolen, in addition to some games, but the club is still taking inventory, Goins said.

“It was really sad Monday for our students,” she said.

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Lincoln Police are investigating. There are no suspects.

Lincoln’s Boys and Girls Club offers students at Park Middle School and Lincoln North Star before and after school programs focused on STEM, entrepreneurship and professional skills development.

The club gives students the opportunity to access technology they may not have at home while learning skills like coding and design, Goins said. There are approximately 190 students enrolled at Park this semester.

“(Boys and Girls Club) is a highlight of their day,” she said. “To say they are disappointed is an understatement.”

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