A black or dark blue early 2000s truck with a white or silver toolbox is seen here driving away with a Sundowner enclosed trailer, containing thousands of dollars’ worth of equipment from the Murrieta Pony fields. Valley News/Courtesy photo
MURRIETA - When the coronavirus crisis hit, it is safe to say that the youth recreation sports leagues were left in the dust without a plan of action when it comes to how to handle an immediate halting to their seasons. Most are nonprofit organizations, and they count on their families and communities to support the funding for operations, as well as the many volunteers it takes to make a season run as smoothly as possible.The Murrieta Valley Pony Baseball league is one of those leagues, and of course, they never saw this pandemic coming. Adding to the list of things they were not expecting, the league was recently hit with even more bad news when a thief stole thousands of dollars of equipment.A break-in Monday, May 4, resulted in the theft of equipment that is now bringing with i
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