Locker room theft hits Dayton basketball team
The Dayton Daily News reports:
Electronics, cash and other items valued at $2,000 were stolen from the locker room of the University of Dayton basketball team during a Tuesday afternoon practice, players said.
Junior guard Josh Parker lost a bookbag filled with a laptop, headphones, calculator and textbooks. Senior forward Chris Wright had a wallet with a significant amount of cash pilfered. Freshman guard Juwan Staten had his G2 cell phone taken, and senior center Devin Searcy lost a spare set of sneakers.
The men’s locker room in the campus practice facility (the former PAC building) doesn’t have an exterior door. The players have combination locks on their lockers, but say they can’t get their book bags to fit inside without emptying the contents, choosing instead to leave them by the benches.