UPDATE: Looie Returned After Being Stolen from the Chattanooga Lookouts

UPDATE: Looie Returned After Being Stolen from the Chattanooga Lookouts
UPDATE, 10:42 a.m., 3/31/21 — Looie, the Chattanooga Lookouts mascot, has been found and safely returned to the organization. The team posted on their social channels that “After being mascot-napped, Looie the Lookout has been returned home safe. The Lovable Lookout would like to thank the Chattanooga community and his friends at the Chattanooga Police Department for their support and assistance.”

BREAKING: Looie Found Safe and Sound! 🚨

After being mascot-napped, Looie the Lookout has been returned home safe. The Lovable Lookout would like to thank the Chattanooga community and his friends @ChattanoogaPD for their support and assistance.

➡https://t.co/yfHvboaCKd pic.twitter.com/QRRDHJMjaw

— Chattanooga Lookouts (@ChattLookouts) March 31, 2021


CHATTANOOGA (WDEF) – The Chattanooga Lookouts report that the costume for their mascot, Looie, has been stolen.
The costume was just one of the items taken when someone broke into an office at AT&T Field on Tuesday.
The Lookouts report that hundreds of dollars worth of merchandise and equipment were taken in the break-in.
Chattanooga Police are asking the public’s help to find Looie.
If you have any information, please call the CPD at (423) 698-2525. Callers can remain anonymous.
The minor league baseball season is starting later this year, on May 4.

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