GLOVERSVILLE - Police are still seeking to identify the two boys allegedly shown on a video on YouTube breaking into the Gloversville Little League concession stand.
Police Chief Donald VanDeusen said the investigation into the Sunday evening break in on the grounds of Parkhurst Field continues.
The concession stand at the field did not yield much money - less than $10 - but damage to the stand's doors may be near $1,000.
David Karpinski, vice president of the Gloversville Little League, soon to mark its 60th anniversary, said he is appreciative of the support from the community to help repair the damage.
Euphrates Inc., a Johnstown-based cheese maker, for example, has offered to purchase the doors and provide the labor to repair the entrance damage, Mayor Dayton King said this morning.
The video showing the door to the Little League office being forced open by two adolescent males was posted on YouTube, so it didn't take long for other people in the community to learn of the crime.
This photo was taken from a YouTube video that allegedly shows two young men breaking into the Gloversville Little League concession stand on Sunday.
"It's a shame that a couple of kids made some bad decisions," King said today. "There are hundreds of kids who make great decisions every day here."
To provide police with any information about the crime, call 773-4500.
The video can be viewed by going to www.youtube.com and searching for "GLL break-in."