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Ukulele store ransacked at new locale

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - The Guam Police Department and the owner of JB's Ukulele Hut are asking the public help for finding those responsible for breaking-in and stealing hundreds of dollars from the facility. Owner JB Borja says one of his employees drove by the store around 7:30 last night when he noticed the light on.

At that time the employee then noticed that money was taken from the register.

Borja believes that the suspects may have entered from the rear of his store and cautions others in the community to take the necessary precautions.  "We just moved to this location [in Hagatna], so we're just setting up and I just want to let other businessowners know or homeowners if you're just moving into a location get your security set up first."

Anyone knows any with information about this break-in is urged to contact Guam Police or Guam Crimestoppers at 477-HELP (4357). You can also contact JB's store at 472-8537.

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