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When Willard Harrison Jr. left the residence at East Fifteenth Street on Friday, June 19, 2020, everything looked normal. When he returned the next day something was wrong.
Atoka Police Officer Derik Franklin arrived at the residence on East Fifteenth Street to investigate the burglary.
Harrison had noticed a window in the northwest back portion of the home had been broken. A chair had been placed against the front door in an attempt to prevent entry into the home.
He advised Officer Franklin when he entered the home two security cameras along with the recording stations had been cut and taken.
His sister, Myrtle Tetten arrived to help with inventorying the missing items from the home.
Tetten was able to provide the officer a list of the items, some of which included: a wedding dress, two pearl necklaces, Hunnington men’s gold link bracelet, pink necklace and matching bracelet, a coin collection, and a bronze pin inset with a diamond and ruby.
The total value of items stolen was $5,557. There are no suspects as of press time.