GLOVERSVILLE, N.Y. - The Gloversville Police Department is in the process of arresting two people who allegedly broke into the Gloversville Little League concession stand on Sunday night.
Surveillance equipment, which had only been set up on the property for six months, observed two young males allegedly breaking into the little league in Gloversville around 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
"There are signs posted all over about our cameras. There's one right next to the door they kicked in," says Little League Vice President Dave Karpinski.
Gloversville Mayor Dayton King tells NEWS10 a small amount of money appeared to be taken, less than $5. The real damage, King said, is that two doors were damaged in the break-in which caused over $750 in damage.
King said police have been investigating, and authorities have been in contact with local school districts.
King said one of the people in the video has been identified, and authorities are very close at finding the other suspect.
According to King, authorities anticipate making arrests Wednesday.
"This is a felony. They could face jail time, depending on their age," says Gloversville Police Captain John Sira.
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