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Forced entry leaves thousands lost
05/29/2020

(KAIR)--A residential burglary, resulting in thousands-of-dollars worth of items being stolen, is under investigation by Atchison Police.

According to a report from Atchison Police Chief Mike Wilson, the burglary occurred sometime between May 17 and May 27, at a residence located in the 1000 block of Ash Street.

Wilson told MSC News forced entry was made through a door.

Taken were items including two televisions, DVD’s, jewelry, and coins.

All totaled, Wilson said the loss is estimated at $5,000.

No arrests have yet been made, but Wilson said leads are being followed.

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