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Jan 16 2013
Noodles Restaurant Broken Into, Robbed PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 16 January 2013

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    Flat-screen TVs, firearms, and two motorcycles were among the items reported stolen after a series of break-ins at Noodles Restaurant on Mill Bay Road early Monday morning.
    The Kodiak Police Department says a burglar also swiped golf clubs and alcohol from the restaurant after forcing his way in. Afterwards, a trailer parked behind the restaurant was broken in to and two red Honda motocross bikes were stolen. Police say they followed tire tracks to Larch Street before they disappeared.
    Also taken from the shed were two storage trunks containing tools and an assortment of firearms. The estimated value of the stolen items is believed to exceed $10,000.
    A full-size, dark-colored pickup with a loud muffler was spotted at the scene about the time of the burglary. Crime Stoppers is offering $1,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for this crime.

 
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