$25,000 Worth Of Boxing Equipment Stolen From Colorado Youth Program

A theft was reported late Monday night on January 19 where thieves stole over $25,000 of equipment from the Denver Police Brotherhood Youth Boxing.

The organization has now asked for help recovering their belongings or compensating the amount they had invested to buy the equipment.

The thieves drove off in a trailer with a boxing ring, medical equipment, gloves, timers and bells, and other supplies used in amateur boxing events.

The trailer, which is owned by the youth organization, is a white 2006 14’ dual axel International. It has a grey front top section, which is not painted due to a repair. But the suspects used a dark blue SUV for the burglary.

“We had big locks on the trailer,” program director CC Edwards has said. “Somebody would have had to really work to cut those locks off.”

The Denver police have launched an investigation into the matter, but the public has also been asked to cooperate since the organization is only six weeks away from providing their equipment to an event.

It has started an online crowdfunding campaign where people can donate money to replace everything.

The public has been asked to call the police at (720) 913-2000 if they know of anyone in the general vicinity of Colorado trying to sell a boxing ring or trailer full of equipment.

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