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Ripped Off for $60K in A/V Equipment; Nearly Identical Crimes Reported

A Las Vegas company, still reeling from the pandemic pain afflicted to the live-entertainment industry, says they believe an interstate crime ring is ripping off expensive audio and visual equipment in an elaborate scam.

For more than a year, the pandemic has darkened stages and changed the entertainment landscape.

Performers, artists, and musicians have canceled engagements and that has led to a major slow down in business for companies that supply the items for live entertainment.

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The COVID-19 curtain call and resulting disaster are still fresh in the mind of Forrest Grosz, owner of Grosz Live Productions in Las Vegas.

“We had enough shows on the books, we were probably going to do double what we did in 2019,” explained Grosz.

But by the middle of March 2020, business evaporated, seemingly overnight… KTNV13 News


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