Second break-in reported at Tiger Stadium this month
BATON ROUGE – A break-in was reported at Tiger Stadium this weekend, according to LSU officials.
LSU officers were dispatched to the stadium in reference to a burglary on Sunday morning. Officials say that unknown individuals gained entry into the stadium between 7 p.m. on Saturday and 10 a.m. on Sunday. There are no known suspects and the case in currently being investigated.
This weekend's incident is the second break-in at Tiger Stadium this month. On Jan. 4 vandals broke in and defaced the turf.
LSU's Communication Director Michael Bonnette released the following statement on Tuesday afternoon about the two incidents:
“LSU Police continue to investigate the two issues we had this month with someone entering Tiger Stadium without authorization. Fortunately, there was minimal damage done inside the stadium. We are taking the necessary steps to prevent this type of unauthorized activity from happening in the future.”
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