Camera equipment swiped during beekeeper meeting |

Camera equipment swiped during beekeeper meeting

A man attending a beekeeper’s convention at Harrah’s Lake Tahoe had his camera equipment worth $550 stolen, according to the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office.

The victim told a deputy that the equipment was stolen between Nov. 11 and 13.

The two items were left unattended overnight in the Sand Harbor conference room in the convention center. The items had been in an unlocked and unzipped suitcase behind his table in the conference room. The victim did not have serial numbers for his items.

The victim said he was one of many participants in the convention and that many people knew he had the equipment and had access to it. The victim couldn’t provide any suspects or leads. Harrah’s said it didn’t have any video surveillance of the incident.

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