$2,000 worth of video games stolen from library

April 13, 2018

Bloomfield Township Public Library discovered it had 54 video games, valued at over $2,000, stolen over the last few months, library officials reported on Thursday, April 12.

 

The Bloomfield Township Police Department is investigating the larceny complaint from the township library, which was discovered when library employees did an inventory check. When they discovered that they were missing or had been the victim of theft of 54 video games, they immediately reported it to police.

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