Danny Bonaduce offers to pay for Little League team's stolen equipment


Just days before the playoffs, an Eastside Little League team was targeted by a thief.

KIRO 7 News covered the stolen items, which were taken when the coach was unloading his vehicle at his West Seattle home.

Surveillance cameras were rolling when the incident happened.

The story inspired local radio personality Danny Bonaduce on-air on 102.5 KZOK on Thursday morning that he wants to pay for replacing the equipment for the team.

The radio station told KIRO 7 News they reached out to the coach to put to pay for replacing the equipment for the team.

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