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The Sequim Police Department continues to investigate an early morning burglary on Friday at Coastal Farm Ranch.

Matthew Nash/ Olympic Peninsula News Grup The Sequim Police Department continues to investigate an early morning burglary on Friday at Coastal Farm Ranch.

Sequim business burglarized, police investigating

SEQUIM — Coastal Farm & Ranch was burglarized early Friday morning.

How many people were involved and what was stolen from the business at 990 E. Washington St., in Sequim, remained unclear as of Friday afternoon, said Detective Sgt. Darrell Nelson of the Sequim Police Department.

He said the business was burglarized at about 5:30 a.m. At least one person broke through the front door, smashing the bottom left sliding door window.

Police do not know what was used to smash open the door, Nelson said.

Officers were trying to obtain video surveillance of the incident on Friday as the investigation remains ongoing, he said.

Coastal’s management did not want to comment on the burglary as it’s being investigated.

The business was closed Friday morning with its entrance was wrapped with a string of yellow police tape. A timetable for reopening was not available.

Nelson said police do not believe the public to be in any danger because of the incident.

Any information call 360-683-7227 and/or email Darrell Nelson at [email protected]

Coastal opened in May 2017 in Bell Creek Plaza next to QFC.

For more information on the business, visit coastal country.com.

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Matthew Nash is a reporter with the Olympic Peninsula News Group, which is composed of Sound Publishing newspapers Peninsula Daily News, Sequim Gazette and Forks Forum. Reach him at [email protected].

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