GALT, Calif. (AP) - The Latest on the theft in Northern California of 8,000 Disneyland tickets.
The executive director of a California youth farming organization says 8,000 stolen Disneyland tickets were worth about $800,000.
Matt Patton of the California chapter of Future Farmers of America said the organization's trailer carrying the tickets and audio and visual equipment was stolen Wednesday from its office in Galt.
Patton says Disneyland has canceled the tickets and is working to print new ones for the 6,500 students attending the organization's leadership conference that starts Sunday in Anaheim.
Officials are advising people to be cautions if buying Disneyland tickets from a source other than Disney.
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Chico, Calif.-- 67- hundreds students are signed up to attend the FFA leadership trip to Anaheim.
Close to 150 of them are from the north state, including Chico, Orland, Corning, Red Bluff, and Hamilton City.
Every FFA chapter sends at least 2- delegates, but often more.
There's very active participation from north state chapters, said Matt Patton, executive Director of CA Agricultural Teachers Association, and the FFA Foundation.
Chico is sending around 20 students.
Hamilton City, usually 15-20 students.
Corning, about 20 students.
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