A Portland Little League was hit by thieves after its concession stand was broken into by one of Fox 12's Most Wanted.
It happened some time Tuesday night at Lents Park on Southeast Holgate.
That's where the team leaders said the Little League team keeps all its items to sell during games.
The Little League president said someone used a rock to break the door lock into the concession stand.
Damage to the door is still visible where the thieves pounded on the door using that rock.
Once inside, Sue Bush, the Lents Little League president, said the thieves threw food around the room, dumping french fries and ice cream everywhere.
She said they also stole some money from the register.
In all, the league said it lost about $200 in cash and merchandise.
Bush said the team uses that money to help pay for the kids' uniforms as well as other dues to keep the teams on the field.
"I'm sure it was probably somebody who didn't have much better to do except take away from the kids from a nonprofit organization," said Bush.
Officials at Lents Park have already repaired the door handle and added a sliding bar and padlock to the door.
The Little League is getting help from a local sports group that has already donated about $250 to help them out.
That money has already helped restock some of the items stolen or destroyed, which will help the league, just in time for its next game.
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