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An unknown suspect or suspects broke into the community center, the thrift store and a boutique in Point Reyes Station Saturday night, stealing no more than coins from a donation jar and a few second-hand shirts and shoes- but causing thousands in damage. Dan Mankin, the director of the Dance Palace, learned about the break-in—which in his building was limited to ripped-out door jambs and a broken handle on a safe—from Melissa Claire, the director of the youth theater program, Sunday morning. Mr. Mankin estimates repairs will cost a few thousand dollars. David Briggs

An unknown perpetrator or perpetrators broke into three Point Reyes Station establishments late Saturday night or early Sunday, absconding with what amounted to less than $20 and perhaps some used shirts and shoes. 

Doors inside the Dance Palace were vandalized, a glass door was smashed at Epicenter and a window was shattered at West Marin Thrift . . .

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