The Kempsey Greyhound club have been left to count the cost of damage after their clubhouse was broken into, damaged and trashed on the night of Saturday February 9.
The full extent is still not known but Kempsey Greyhound club vice-president Sue Wade said it will cost "thousands" to repair.
Ms Wade discovered the clubhouse had been broken into on Sunday morning February 10 when they arrived to commence a racing trial.
"I was horrified, it's very devastating, it is hard to replace all of the stuff," Ms Wade told the Argus.
"They stole two sky channel boxes, our computer, fax machine, internet box, TV's and first aid box.
"They trashed our office, broke into the TAB office and took the tab ticket machine.
"They cut our surveillance cameras and took the hard drive."
Ms Wade claims the club was already struggling and they are in danger of being forced to cancel or postpone scheduled meets, which would worsen their situation.
"Our next race day is on March 2 and there's a chance that won't go ahead because of the damage and our computer being stolen," she said.
The incident was reported to the police and the investigation is ongoing.
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