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Flat-screen TV stolen from Episcopal church

The investigation continues into a weekend break-in at St. Luke's Episcopal Church that resulted in the theft of a flat-screen television.

The church was entered either Saturday night, Feb. 14, or Sunday, Feb. 15, through a broken window, said Sequim Police Sgt. Don Reidel.

In addition to the television, other areas of the church were rifled through but it was unknown if anything else was taken, he said.

"It's still an ongoing investigation, information still is being gathered. Then we'll see what we can figure out," Reidel said.

Anyone with information regarding the break-in is asked to call Sequim Police Officer Mark Poole at 683-7227.







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