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Camera equipment stolen from IF business

Idaho Falls police are investigating the theft of more than $23,000 in camera equipment from Perfect Light Camera & Supply last week.

Police said the burglar broke into the business on East 17th sometime late Thursday or early Friday morning.

Police said Monday they believe the burglar broke into an adjoining business, crawled through the ceiling and gained access to Perfect Light Camera & Supply through a ceiling panel.

The burglar stole several miscellaneous cameras and lenses. There are no suspects at this time.

This is not the first time the business has been burglarized. In December 2012, $30,000 in cameras, camera equipment and cash were stolen.

The store posted a preliminary list of the stolen items on its Facebook page Saturday.

“PLEASE help us by watching eBay, Craigslist, KSL and anywhere else you can think of,” it posted. “Let’s catch these people!”

Here is the list:
1-D5200 kit with 18-55mm lens (red)
2-D5200 kit with 18-55mm lens (Black)
1-D5200 with 18-55mm lens kit (bronze)
3-D7100 “body only” kits
1-D600 body
2-18-300VR lenses
2-28-300VR lenses
2-55-300VR lenses
2-80-400VR lens
1-40mm macro 2.8 lens
1-60mm Macro 2.8
2-50mm 1.8 lenses
2-SB700 flash
1-SB910 flash

24-70mm 2.8 Nikon mount lens
17-50mm 2.8 Nikon mount lens

150mm 2.8 macro
Metz Flashes
1-Nikon mount mecablitz 44AF-1
1-Canon mount mecablitz 44AF-1

Consignment items
Nikon D300S body
Nikon 60mm macro

Anyone with information regarding this burglary is asked to contact the police at (208) 529-1200 or Crimestoppers at 522-1983.

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