Between $300 and $400 went missing from the Central Point Little League Fields concession stand building over the weekend, Jackson County Sheriff's Department officials said.

Between $300 and $400 went missing from the Central Point Little League Fields concession stand building over the weekend, Jackson County Sheriff's Department officials said.

The Sheriff's Department and the Central Point Police Department responded to the fields at 2935 Hanley Road at 9:06 a.m. Saturday following a call about an apparent break-in. The door to the office had not been locked during the night, according to preliminary reports.

No suspects have been apprehended yet, and a final report on the incident has not been completed.

Sheriff's Department public information officer Andrea Carlson said as the summer months begin, it's more important than ever to be conscientious about locking up, as more people are outside, increasing the potential for thefts.

"You're getting to the season where more people are getting in and out of their sheds," Carlson said. "We always want to warn people (to lock up), regardless of the season."

Law enforcement has responded to the Little League fields before for a variety of calls, including traffic issues, noise violations and animal complaints.