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June 12, 2008

Albany-  Albany's Totally Teen Zone program will have one less activity for teens after someone stole a big screen television from the Henderson Community Center. Someone broke into the center Wednesday night after 50 kids participated in open gym time.

A 40 inch big screen was pulled off a wall. The burglars even went into the office and took the remote for the TV out of the desk drawer. Thursday kids were disappointed by the loss.

"It's disappointing and the kids are disappointed, you can see if on their faces when I was in, you can see that they enjoyed it and now they know that it's not there and we'll work diligently to replace it," said Suzanne Davis, Recreation and Parks Director.

The Recreation and Parks Department say they'll look to bring in another television from another location. They're hoping someone may have seen something and will call Albany Police.

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