Thieves in Port Clyde may be growing bolder
Port Clyde — "It's not the stuff," Lorrie Landsberg said of having her home burglarized. "You can replace the stuff. It's the whole being violated. That's my house, my bubble, my happy place. That's what's upsetting."
Landsberg, who lives part time ...
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