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Thread: Cabin broken into on the yentna!

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    Default Cabin broken into on the yentna!

    The snowmachine in this link below was believed to be aiding him. After ditching it he it's suspected he hiked to a cabin on the lower yentna and held up there. Until last Saturday around 1 pm then believed to ditch a Polaris six wheeler and flee on foot and possibly spotted on the yentna river in possible camo type gear below luces if anyone seen or made contact with him please call this number troopers at 907-733-2256!!!! Lets get this guy! This hits me I have a cabin in the area.. As i said its possible the guy walking up the yentna randomly on Sunday morning had nothing to do with it but we need someone that made contact with him there was lots of traffic that weekend!! Thank you!
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    Correction suspect was spotted Saturday afternoon around 3pm below luces not Sunday morning..


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    hope they get the guy my father in law has a cabin off kroto slough
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    Location: Yetna River
    Case number: 12-13469
    Type: Burglary I X 4, Criminal Mischief III, Vehicle theft II
    (attempted), Theft II, Possession of Burglary Tools
    Text: On 2/11/12, at approximately 1318 hours, Alaska State
    Troopers took a report of a Burglary on the Yetna River. State Troopers
    and Wildlife Troopers responded to investigate. No suspects were
    developed at the time. Over the next week Troopers received several
    more burglary reports going up river. On 2/17/12 State Troopers and
    Wildlife Troopers contacted Brian E. Church age 52 of Anchorage in the
    act of Burglary. Investigation revealed Church had escaped from a
    detention center 12 days prior and was trying to escape to the bush.
    Church had burglarized at least four homes causing damage and took
    numerous personal items on the trip. Helo 3 and a Piper Supercub were
    used for transport. Church was arrested for Burglary I X 4, Criminal
    Mischief III, Vehicle theft II (attempted), Theft II, Possession of
    Burglary Tools, and an outstanding Felony Warrant. Bail was set at
    $25,000.00 cash.
    Author: TBT0
    Received Friday, February 17, 2012 11:17 PM and posted Friday, February 17, 2012 11:49 PM

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