Harper's Hut River City Concession Stand suffers break-in

Local entrepreneur William Nozak is asking for help in identifying person(s) of interest in a break-in at a City facility.

Nozak, who owns Harper's Hut Shaved Ice & Java, says that the concession stand in River City Park was broken into sometime between Sunday evening and Monday morning. 

The concession stand is operated by the Sand Springs Soccer Club, a nonprofit organization, as a fundraiser. The stand sells Harper's Hut Shaved Ice in addition to traditional concessions, and supplies free toys for kids to play with at the Rotary Super Splash Pad. 

In addition to stealing candy, soda, and coin change, the thief(s) also made off with a portable speaker system owned by Harper's Hut. The brand new orange amplifier is branded with the Harper's Hut logo and is worth $158.

Anyone with information regarding the incident is asked to contact Harper's Hut.