Thieves nab zero-turn mower from Boys and Girls Club

The Chronicle-Telegram out of Elyria, Ohio, reports on its website that a zero-turn mower was among a slew of maintenance equipment that was stolen from the Boys and Girls Club in Lorain.

An estimated $13,000-$15,000 in equipment was stolen, including a $7,000 commercial-grade zero-turn mower that the clubs use at all of their Lorain County locations, and several in Erie County.

Read the article here.

— Dave McMahon, editor, OPE Business


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