FAIRBORN, Ohio (WDTN) - Fairborn police are investigating a theft from a local pee-wee football program.
Officials with the Fairborn Wee Hawks reported money missing Sept. 15., according to Sergeant Paul Hicks.
The money, at least $165, was in the organization's fundraising/merchandise fund.
Anyone who can help with the investigation is asked to contact Detective Neiford at (937) 754-3068.
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