Nearly $50,000 went missing from BB&T Ballpark on Saturday. Police are investigating.
Nearly $50,000 went missing from BB&T Ballpark on Saturday. Police are investigating. Jenna Eason jeason@charlotteobserver.com
Nearly $50,000 went missing from BB&T Ballpark on Saturday. Police are investigating. Jenna Eason jeason@charlotteobserver.com

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