$10K plus a coin collection stolen in Hydaburg
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Over the new year, someone broke into a home in Hydaburg on Prince of Wales Island, forced open a safe and stole about $10,000 plus a coin collection.
According to Alaska State Troopers, the report came in on Jan. 2nd, and the burglary likely occurred between New Year’s Eve and noon on New Year’s Day.
Troopers report that the unknown burglar apparently entered through a rear-facing window of the house. The investigation continues, and anyone with information is encouraged to contact Troopers in Klawock. Informants can remain anonymous.
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