Photo credit: eBay | Punch Out Gaming
One thief found a way to bypass the security system at Punch Out Gaming in Minnesota and it involved busting down a wall from the business next door. Fortunately, CCTV managed to capture the act on video, but the robber was masked and has yet to be identified. Around $250,000 worth of Pokemon cards and cash were taken before authorities were able to arrive on scene. However, despite having insurance, not everything taken is covered.
The main issue with replacing some of the items is that the distributors just don’t have anymore Pokemon product to replace the stolen goods with, not to mention how much prices have increased since the initial release of them. Punch Out Gaming has been in operation for 8-years, and the Forest Lake community wants the owners to know just how important they are to the community, so many came out to give them some business as well as support this past week.
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I just feel numb, just watching somebody come in and take everything away that you worked so hard to build up over the years. This is devastating for us, it’s really going to be hard for us to weather the storm,” said Jason Peterson, Punch Out Gaming Co-Owner.