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Three coin collections reported missing in Easthampton

Police Sgt. Bruce Nicol said the incidents are a reminder to residents to lock their doors.

On Saturday just after noon, a resident of Holyoke Street reported that someone had broken in and taken more than $100 worth of coins, as well as $1,400 in jewelry. The home was unlocked, Nicol said.

A resident of Lawson Drive told police at 10 a.m. Friday that his coin collection, valued at $1,200, was missing. That home also was unlocked, Nicol said.

A resident of Spring Street reported at 10:40 a.m. Thursday that someone had broken into his home and taken his coin collection, including rolls of presidential dollars and other coins, valued at $1,045. There were no signs of forced entry, Nicol said.

Rebecca Everett can be reached at reverett@gazettenet.com.

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