Two video cameras valued at $35,000 apiece were taken, according to the report, along with two $13,000 lenses, a $7,500 video camera, a $2,500 video camera, two $2,000 video cameras, two $5,000 viewfinders, a $5,000 digital recorder, two $1,000 camera adapters, a $1,300 MacBook pro laptop and two hard drives worth $200.
The rear window of the business was removed to gain access. The investigation continues, but police have no suspects. The store had no video surveillance.
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