Pitching machines stolen from CHS

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$500 reward offered for information leading to arrest(s)

By Mike Capshaw, Staff Writer

A $500 reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest of the person or persons that stole three pitching machines from a locked shed at McCallum Park.

“It’s right at $4,000 worth of equipment. That’s about two and a half years of fundraising,” said CHS sotball coach Ginger Fuller. “We were really hoping to get a batting cage, but this sort of knocks out that idea.”

Pitching machines have been vital to the Lady Indians’ success over the past two seasons, Fuller said.

According to a Chiefland Police report, the machines were taken between May 14 and 18. The first investigation was into the theft of two machines, but the next day, another one belonging to the middle school softball program disappeared as well.


 If you have information on this case, or any other case, please contact Lt. Ray Tremblay at the Chiefland Police Department at 352-493-6777.