Unknown suspects recently broke into Cascade Golf Course in North Bend and stole three golf carts. Courtesy photo

Unknown suspects recently broke into Cascade Golf Course in North Bend and stole three golf carts. Courtesy photo

Unknown suspects steal three golf carts

The suspects stole the carts from Cascade Golf Course.

Unknown suspects broke into Cascade Golf Course in North Bend on July 29 and stole three golf carts.

According to the police report, the suspect forced entry into two attached garages with a pry tool, breaking two padlocks. Two of the golf carts are gas-powered and the other is electric.

There are no serial numbers to identify the carts and the carts aren’t individually keyed, so any key from the manufacturer can be used to run the carts.

The owners mentioned the thefts may be a part of a widespread problem. The business doesn’t have security cameras and currently, there are no suspects and the investigation is open.

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