The Levelland Police Department is investigating a burglary that occurred between Tuesday night and Wednesday morning at the field house next to Lobo Stadium on Ellis Street.
According to the report, at 6:30 a.m. Wednesday, Nelda Munoz, cross country coach at the high school, discovered a broken window at the field house.
Several items were discovered stolen, including three necklaces belonging to students, valued at over $100 a piece.
Also reported stolen were 20 footballs, shoulder pads,; two Lobo football helmets, a kicking tee, a training sling with equipment, a visor, and three pairs of football gloves. The total amount of property taken from the school is estimated to cost around $2,600.
Sanderson also told police there was some damage to the main gate by the ticket booth on the home side of the stadium. Sodexo has already repaired the gate damage, as well as the broken window.
Mike Sapia, technology director at Levelland ISD, said there are cameras at the stadium, however they aren’t working yet. Sapia also said the stadium is locked after hours.
“Getting those cameras going is a priority,” said Sanderson. “We need to get all that stuff working.”
No arrests have been made in the case, however police advise anyone with information to contact detectives by calling 894-6164.