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Rochester, MN (KROC-AM News) - A local service club has reported the theft of a trailer full of casino equipment.

Rochester police say the trailer is owned by the Sertoma 700 Club, which uses the gambling gear to stage casino night events for local businesses and charitable organizations. It was being stored in a parking lot in the 1400 block of 7th Street Northwest and was stolen sometime between October 25th and November 3rd.

A police spokesman says the trailer is quite distinctive and features the Sertoma 700 Club logo and signage that says “Casino Entertainment.” A social media post from the service club says the license plate on the trailer is CAT8059.

The organization says the stolen items include 28 casino tables, craps tables, and roulette wheels, along with a vertical spinning wheel, boxes of cards, chips, fake money, and clothing and costume items.

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