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January 24, 2013

Thieves target summer homes

Salisbury police step up patrols


According to Fowler, over the last several weeks, Graf Brothers management has reported that trailer units and stationary containers have been hit and thousands of dollars worth of tools, equipment and supplies stolen. In all cases, locks or locking mechanisms have been cut by thieves.

In response to the thefts, Graf Brothers management has offered a $2,000 cash reward for information leading to the arrest of the suspect or suspects responsible for the breaks. The reward is being offered only by Graf Brothers and is in no way connected with local police. It will be up to the company to decide whether any information obtained warrants a reward, Fowler said.

Anyone with information regarding the beach thefts or the Graf Brothers break-ins are encouraged to call the Salisbury Police Department’s detectives division at 978-462-3121. Those wishing to provide anonymous tips can call 978-225-2038 and leave a message.

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