Glendora Police are reporting that copper thieves have hit Louie Pompei Park early Thursday morning.
The theft was reported at 7:45 a.m., according to Glendora Police.
Taken were three light standards in the parking lot, and nine from the athletic field, according to the San Gabriel Valley Tribune. Police also said they believed that more than one person committed the theft.
This is not the only time Pompei Park has been targeted for copper theft. had been removed from the park.
Several days later, copper wire was taken from eight to nine more poles at the park. City officials estimated the total cost of repair was $15,000.
with connection to the previous two copper thefts at Pompei Park.
Girard was charged with stealing copper wiring and vandalism Feb. 3. Girarad received a suspended prison sentence of three years and placed on felony probation, according to the Tribune.
Copper wire can be expensive, with the price per pound currently at $3.72, according to Kitcometals.com.