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Several Wexford County Seasonal Homes Broken Into

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A Wexford County neighborhood, the target of thieves, they broke into 3 homes last week.

The Wexford County Sheriff's Department and Michigan State Police are trying to find whoever broke into the seasonal homes on Lake Mitchell, but it may be difficult for them to track down the thieves.

People who live in the neighborhood on Peninsula Drive are on edge after the home break-ins.

9&10's Katie Boomgaard talked to people who are locking up a little tighter now.

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