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Computer Equipment Stolen From Sarah Fisher’s SI Karting

Unfortunate luck has befallen former Verizon IndyCar Series driver and owner Sarah Fisher.

SI Karting, a new karting facility owned by Fisher, fell victim to theft on Thursday. Fisher confirmed on social media late Thursday (Mar. 24) evening.

Per Fisher’s tweets, a lone assailant made off with computer equipment from the facility. Footage captured by security cameras in the building show the assailant to be a middle-aged man, seen wearing a West Coast Choppers jacket.

A reward of $1000 has been offered to anyone that can identify the person of interest.

“We will not tolerate this behavior on our street,” Fisher wrote on Instagram.

Fans are encouraged to contact SI Karting or Speedway Police should they have any information on the suspect at large.

Fisher and husband, Andy O’Gara, began construction of SI Karting late last year, with a target opening date of April 1. The $5 million, 60,000-square foot facility will feature both an oval track and a 14-turn, multi-level road course, along with conference rooms and a restaurant.

This story will be updated as more information becomes available.

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A graduate of Ball State, Aaron rejoins Frontstretch for his second season in 2016 following a successful year that included covering seven races and starting the popular "Two-Headed Monster" column in 2015. Now in his third year of covering motorsports, Aaron serves as an Assistant Editor for Frontstretch while also contributing to other popular sites including Speed51 and The Apex. He encourages you to come say hi when you see him at the track.

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