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House hit twice by burglars

A Great Bend home was burglarized twice during the month of May, Police Chief Dean Akings said.
The house at 1604 Monroe St. was first burglarized between 9 and 9:30 p.m. on May 9. That time, someone entered the unlocked residence and took more than $500 in cash, a collection of state quarters valued at $500 and $150 worth of loose quarters.
The house was forcefully entered on May 28, when a wedding ring and two books of personal checks from two separate accounts were removed. “There was also damage to the home at the point of entry ...

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