Sex product maker’s Las Vegas warehouse burglarized twice over holiday weekend

Updated May 30, 2017 - 5:35 pm

A sex product manufacturer was burglarized twice over Memorial Day weekend, the Metropolitan Police Department said.

The Las Vegas warehouse for LELO, a Swedish sex products brand, was burglarized about 10:45 p.m. Friday, when more than $9,000 in products were stolen. The next morning about 9:30 a.m., the warehouse at 1525 Pama Lane, near Paradise and Sunset roads, was burglarized again, with 30,000 condoms taken, LELO said.

Video footage shows the thieves backing an SUV into the warehouse’s loading dock on Saturday and breaking the back window of the vehicle to fit more merchandise, LELO said in a blog post about the crime.

“One hopes that they stole those condoms, got into a time machine, went back 18 to 25 years (by the looks of it), and presented them all to their own fathers,” LELO said in the post.

It is unknown whether the burglars from the two incidents are the same, LELO said.

LELO said it will donate the retail amount of the goods to the charity of choice of the person who helps police catch the thieves.

Contact Dana Rutkin at or 702-383-0381. Follow @danadrutkin on Twitter.

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