Trailer used for fundraising events and more stolen from nonprofit

(ABC 6 News) – A trailer owned by a Rochester nonprofit that had been used to store casino equipment has been stolen, according to police.

The Rochester Police Department said the trailer, owned by the Sertoma 700 Club, was taken sometime between October 25 and November 3 but it wasn’t reported to police until Wednesday afternoon.

Police tell ABC 6 News the trailer was parked on the 1400 block of 7th St NW from a business parking lot when it was stolen.

According to the Sertoma 700 Facebook page, the trailer is a dark blue 1997 Haulmark tandem axle trailer. It has a Minnesota license plate CAT8059.

The words "Casino Entertainment" as well as the Sertoma logo and a list of games provided are painted on the sides of the trailer.

"We had around 28 various casino tables, craps tables, roulette wheels, a vertical spinning wheel, boxes of cards, chips, fake money, bow ties/vests and other items in it."

Anyone with information on the trailer or the theft is encouraged to contact Rochester police.