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Someone swiped $200 worth of noodles from a Chesterfield pool

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Pool noodles

CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, Va. — Police are looking for the person or people who broke into a┬áChesterfield County community pool and stole $200 worth of pool noodles.

The break-in at the Falling Creek Farms Recreation Association pool on Gregory Drive happened between Tuesday, July 8, and Wednesday, July 9, according to Crimes Solvers spokesman Kevin Bacon.

Falling Creek Farms

“In a case rarely seen by police, the thief or thieves stole about $200 worth of floats, including what most people refer to as pool noodles,” Bacon said. “The intruders also vandalized one of the lifeguard stands.”

Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Solvers at 804-748-0660 or submit a tip online here.


  • angel2

    This sounds like the work of thoughtless teens. Too bad the noodles/floats weren’t marked with permanent marker. I used to mark those things at the pool where I live… of course, the police may not check other pools in the area if this was done.

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