Wallets, phones & cameras stolen from people at Pullman nightclub

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Stubblefields, also known as Mike's in the Adams Mall.
PULLMAN, WA - According to the Pullman Police Department, ten people reported having things stolen from their pockets or purses while at a popular nightclub over the weekend.

Police said that wallets, phones, and digital cameras were stolen from people on Friday and Saturday nights while they were at Stubblefields, also known as Mike's in the Adams Mall. According to police, victims were either pick-pocketed or items were taken from women's purses while they were still on their shoulder.

Currently, police don't have any suspects and no arrests have been made, but they're looking into whether or not these crimes are linked to the recent spike in laptop thefts on the WSU campus.