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Sheriff seeks vehicle break-in suspects
05/27/2020

(KAIR)--Thieves broke into a vehicle, even stealing the battery and license plate.  That’s according to Atchison County Sheriff Jack Laurie, with the crime reported Sunday night.  

According to Laurie, the 1998 Ford Explorer had been parked at the Atchison State Fishing Lake, located at 11692 Pawnee Road, when it was broken into.  

Along with the battery and license plate, thieves also stole two sub woofers and the vehicle’s stereo.  The total value of the items stolen is estimated at $500.  

The investigation is ongoing, and anyone with information about the crime should notify the Sheriff’s Office at (913) 804-6080.

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