WWE's ThunderDome has been stolen from.
The University of South Florida Police Department is seeking help in identifying an individual who removed several items for the Yuengling Center that belong to WWE.
A BOLO was issued on June 5th for the offence of grand theft. The incident occurred on May 22nd between 12:10 a.m. and 1:58 a.m. The notes on the posting read as follows:
"On the above date and time, the unidentified suspect pictured below, removed several items from inside the Yuengling Center belonging to WWE. The suspect below is seen wearing a red shirt, blue jeans, and black sneakers. He appears to be a H/M between the ages of 25-30 with brown hair, a mustache and light goatee. If information about the suspect is ascertained, please contact the USF Police Department at 813-974-2628."
USF Police needs your help in identifying the individual listed in this alert.— USFPD Tampa (@USFPDTampa) June 6, 2021
Anyone who has information on the identity of this individual or information on this case is asked to call USF Police at 813-974-2628. pic.twitter.com/K6cJPbaw5H
WWE has been using the Yuengling Center as the home base for their ThunderDome since April 12th. Previously they had taken up residence in Tropicana Field and the Amway Center.
Except for WrestleMania 37, WWE has not had live crowds in attendance for their events since March of last year. The emergence of the global pandemic forced the innovation of the ThunderDome, a state-of-the-art technological setup that allowed for virtual fans following six months of tapings in an empty WWE Performance Center.
WWE is officially hitting the road again beginning with SmackDown in Houston, Texas on July 16. They also just announced that SummerSlam will take place on Saturday, August 21, from Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada.