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Dorm room burglarized

Football players target of dorm burglary

The dorm room of two Emporia State football players was burglarized last week, according to campus authorities.

Campus police responded to a report of aggravated burglary in the room of Dylan Hall, freshman offensive lineman, and Ty Reasnor, freshman quarterback, at 9:45 p.m. last Thursday. Reasnor reported stolen headphones, and the incident happened between 7:15 p.m. and 8:20 pm.

Kent Weiser, athletic director, confirmed that the headphones were stolen and were taken to a pawnshop in Emporia. Chris Hoover, executive officer of Police and Safety, said that no one has been charged with the incident and it is still under investigation.

Eric Pruitt, junior center and fellow teammate, declined to comment, saying they are unable to release any information yet.

“I don’t know much and I am going to just let the police do their job,” said Garin Higgins, head football coach.

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