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Jan 17 2013
Noodles Break-In Latest in Series PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 17 January 2013

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    The Kodiak Police Department is investigating a burglary at Noodles Restaurant on Mill Bay Road. Police Chief T.C. Kamai said the officers responded to a call from the restaurant owners early Monday morning and concluded very quickly that someone had forced entry into the restaurant. 



--    (Noodles Burglary   1    :30        “And not being familiar with the ...that also were removed.”)

    Kamai said it was also discovered that a trailer parked behind the restaurant had also been broken into.

--    (Noodles Burglary   2    :26        “The theft of the items from the ... and things like that.”)

    Kamai said officers were able to follow tire tracks left by the stolen motorcycles toward Larch Street before they disappeared. He said a passerby in the area reported seeing a suspicious vehicle.

--    (Noodles Burglary   3    :41        “Someone who I believes lives in the ...circumstances to us.”)

    While he admitted that theft numbers in Kodiak have risen in the past week, Kamai said he isn’t sure if it is a new trend or just a coincidence.

--    (Noodles Burglary   4    :38        “Yea we’ve definitely in the last few ... crimes of opportunity.”)


    Kodiak Crime Stoppers is offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for this crime. Kamai said Crime Stoppers is a confidential way to offer information and encourages anyone who might know something to call them at 486-3113. In addition, he encourages community members to keep an eye out for suspicious behavior and always report anything unusual to the police department.

 

 

 
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