Raider Red Costume Missing - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

4/17/03

Raider Red Costume Missing

Raider Red is missing or at least the mascot's baseball costume is, and Texas Tech wants it back. The outfit was taken from a dorm room in Doak Hall Saturday afternoon.

Saddle Tramp Sponsor, Bill Dean says the organization is not looking to press charges on anyone, they just want the costume returned. "If we can't find the costume we'll make due for the rest of the season, but we'll have to raise $2,500 to repurchase the costume," said Dean.

The outfit should be returned to the Doak Hall Office or to the Texas Tech Police Department.

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