Juneau police are looking for more information on two downtown burglaries last month.
Burglars apparently broke into Manila Sunset Grill and Tracy’s Crab Shack in the 300 block of South Franklin Street the night of September 27th.
The burglaries were discovered in the morning, and the investigation indicates someone had used a prying-type tool to open the doors and gain entry to the restaurants. An undisclosed amount of cash was taken from one of the businesses.
Police are asking for anyone with information to contact Juneau Crime Line.
It’s a non-profit community organization set up to aid police agencies in their investigations. Those with tips are guaranteed anonymity and could claim a reward.
Go to juneaucrimeline.com if you have information on the burglaries.
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