Unlocked door yields $20K theftFebruary 26,2013SALISBURY — Police said an unlocked door was an open invitation for a burglar to make off with $20,000 in property Friday afternoon.
Around 3:45 p.m., state police responded to a burglary complaint at a residence on Plains Road. Police said the occupant had left the door unlocked and are reminding the public to lock their doors, whether leaving for a few minutes or for the day.
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