Dog Ears Bookstore & Café, the nonprofit community bookstore known for its literary events serving people of all ages, was recently the target of a thief who broke into the bookstore after business hours and made off with two Apple iPads.
“It’s truly an unfortunate set of circumstances,” said Tom McDonnell, executive director of the bookstore. “The iPads are important from a business sense, yet our high insurance deductible makes it nearly impossible for us to replace them without assistance from the community. We hate to go public with bad news, but at this point we have no other choice. We just hope that in this case, good will overcome evil.”