Nov. 12
A Dyea resident reported he returned home to find his front door open, his computer on and his dogs outside. No property appeared to be missing.

Nov. 13
Police assisted State Fish & Game by sealing the horns of a goat shot by a local hunter.

Nov. 16
The owner of a van parked at 7th Avenue and Main Street reported that a rear window had been broken out sometime overnight.

Nov. 17
 Three owners of shrimp pots tied off the Ore Dock reported that five of their pots had shrimp stolen out of them.

-SPD

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Photo by Jeff Brady of the 2012 Bike Rodeo sponsored by Skagway Police Dept, National Park Service, and Skagway School.