Library Burglarized in Cedar Key
Cedar Key, Florida -- Cedar Key police are trying to figure out who broke into the town library and stole cash over the busy 4th of July weekend.
Officers responded to a call at the library on Saturday that a window was smashed and money was missing from the money box and tip jar.
The back door was also left open sometime through the night.
This isn't the first time this year where burglars have made off with property in Cedar Key.
Chief Virgil Sandlin says there are eight reported cases of thefts since January.
The most recent on May 31st, where there were two incidents where fishing rods and coolers were taken from boats.
Sandlin says it's gets very busy in the town during the holidays.
Cedar Key police officers plan on interviewing residents as well as kids around the neighborhood to see if anybody knows anything.
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