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Troopers: Jewelry stolen from S. Tongass vehicle

Alaska State Troopers in Ketchikan are investigating the theft of jewelry from a vehicle.

According to Troopers, the report came in Monday that between July 23 and July 26, someone had gotten into an unlocked car in front of a home on South Tongass Highway.

About $850 worth of jewelry is missing. Troopers ask that anyone with information about the theft call 225-5118. Callers can remain anonymous.

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