June 21, 2018
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State police seeking public’s help with Corinna burglary investigation

By Dawn Gagnon, BDN Staff


CORINNA, Maine — The Maine State Police is seeking the public’s help with an investigation into a residential burglary that occurred on Tuesday in Corinna.

The burglary occurred at 473 Corinna Center Road sometime between 6 a.m. and noon, Trooper Jarod Stedman said in a news release issued Wednesday.

According to Stedman, troopers who were called to the residence to investigate said the front door had been forced open and that several items were taken from inside.

A vehicle had been driven into the driveway and spun on the front lawn as it backed toward the garage, troopers said.

Stedman said the burglary is the second in that area since December. The December break-in, which remains unsolved, occurred about half a mile away from Tuesday’s incident.

Anyone with information about either burglary or who may have seen suspicious activity in the area should call the Orono barracks of the state police at 800-432-7381 or 866-2121.

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