$80k in equipment stolen from Emerald Falls

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BROKEN ARROW, Oklahoma – A Broken Arrow golf course has been hit by a persistent thief. The course said they’ve been hit three times in a matter of months.The Emerald Falls Golf Club in Broken Arrow is closed for renovations, but video from Saturday shows a man walking around and peering through windows.

Owner Lucia Carballo said she thinks the man might have been there to steal equipment.

The break-ins started on Halloween when someone kicked in the door to a maintenance building, went room to room slicing doors open with a machete and taking equipment.

"All of our irrigation computers that control the irrigation to our golf course was stolen," Carballo said.

A week later, there was another break-in, next door at the cart barn, where a tractor, flatbed trailer, laptops and a beverage cart were taken; totaling $80,000.

The burglar didn’t stop there.

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