Police investigate break-in, vandalism at Wayne fire hall
From Staff Reports
McELHATTAN — State police at Lamar are continuing an investigation into a break-in and vandalism to the Wayne Township Fire Co. building.
Damage to the building is estimated at nearly $4,500, but the only thing missing is $25, police said.
The incident occurred last Sunday at about midnight, and was discovered the following morning, police said.
Vandals broke into the building at 317 Linnwood Drive and stole $25 as well as causing damage to several doors, windows and a safe inside, police said.
The items damaged and their value include shed doors and lock valued at $500; exterior door and trim valued at $700; Remington gun safe valued at $1,500; interior door and trim valued at $500; window valued at $250; storage closet and cabinet valued at $600; screen valued at $50, and a storage cabinet valued at $300, police said.
Anyone with information is asked to contact PSP at Lamar at 570-726-6000.