CRIME STOPPERS: 230 dome-tents stolen

The pods were stolen already packaged as shown. (Courtesy: J.C.S.O.)

EAGLE POINT, Ore. -- In this week's Crime Stoppers, Jackson County detectives are looking for hundreds of dome-tents gone missing.

Detectives say 230 of dome-tents, called Fest Pods, were stolen from a warehouse in Eagle Point.

It's located on the 4500 block of South Fork Little Butte Creek Road.

The owners reported them missing on March 21st and suspect they were stolen sometime between March 15th and the 18th.

The packages are black and the tents are gray.

Their main use is for festival-type events and large gatherings.

"Burning Man down in the desert. Those are the types of events these usually show up at. But, they're going to be noticeable, they're going to be, there's going to be a lot of them and they're going to be hard to move," county detective, Jason Penn, said.

The value of these pods sold at retail is estimated around $1200 each.

That means the total of the theft is around $230,000.

This case number is the date 04-18-17. If you have any information on possible suspects, you can call or text Crime Stoppers at 1-800-850-0580.

Depending on the information given, Rogue Credit Union will pay you up to $1,000 for information leading to an arrest and filing of charges. As always, you can remain anonymous.

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