Police recover some of stolen baseball league equipment

Windsor police say they have recovered and returned some of the baseball equipment that was stolen from a locked trailer at Optimist Community Park.

Two break-ins of the same kind occurred at Optimist Community Park

Windsor police say they have recovered some of the stolen baseball equipment that was taken at Optimist Community Park. (Chris Ensing/CBC)

Windsor police say they have recovered and returned some of the baseball equipment that was stolen from a locked trailer at Optimist Community Park.

Officers were called to the park on May 16 after a storage trailer was broken into. A slew of sporting equipment was stolen from the locked trailer. 

The trailer is used by the baseball league to store equipment and items commonly sold at community fundraising events.

Another break-in at the park was reported to police on July 9. 

Police say they were successful in recovering a vast majority of the stolen property, and it has been returned to the rightful owner.

But, they continue to investigate. 

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