While Little Leaguers in Kentucky were trying to enjoy their Fourth of July weekend, a thief broke into their park and .

Tommy Parker, vice president of the Blue Lick Optimist Little League, and his wife were going to grab some water for their players before practice Saturday morning at Challis Ford Park in Louisville when they saw the chains securing the concession stand had been cut.

After looking around, they realized they had been robbed. Candy, a four-wheeler and over 100 baseballs were stolen, and whoever the thief was wanted to make sure they weren’t caught, as they destroyed the security cameras surrounding the facility.According to Parker, the amount of equipment lost totaled around $5,000, and it isn’t the

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