Slot machine stolen |

Slot machine stolen

Aspen Times Staff Report

The owner of a rare slot machine, which was stolen recently, has offered a reward for its safe return and/or information leading to its safe return.

According to Officer Chris Womack of the Aspen Police Department, the 60- to 80-pound California-made slot machine, was stolen from the owner’s home in the 200 block of East Hopkins Avenue sometime between March 16 and 18. The burglar took only the slot machine, Womack said. The machine features a red dragon on its front.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Womack at 920-5400.

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