EAST WILLIAMSBURG — A band's practice space was looted by a mysterious thief who made off with $3,010 worth of equipment, according to local police.
A 29-year-old musician went into his practice space at Band Spaces NYC, located at 353 Ten Eyck St., on July 31 to find that cymbals, distortion and loop pedals, a guitar tuner, six microphones, a recording device and a monitor system, among other equipment, were missing, he told police.
There was no visible damage to the room's door, police said, and the band members were the only ones with access to the space, though they all said they knew nothing about the gear's disappearance.
Workers at Band Spaces NYC, which hosts practice spaces at several locations across Brooklyn, according to its website, didn't immediately return a request for comment.
Practice rooms there rent anywhere from $100 to $3,000 depending on the size and of type of room.
No arrests had been made as of Thursday, police said.