The Juneau Police Department is asking for community assistance as they search for suspects involved in a June break-in at Glacier Gardens. (Michael Penn / Juneau Empire file)

The Juneau Police Department is asking for community assistance as they search for suspects involved in a June break-in at Glacier Gardens. (Michael Penn / Juneau Empire file)

Police seek info on Glacier Gardens break-in

The break-in resulted in thousands of dollars of damage.

The Juneau Police Department is investigating a June break-in at Glacier Gardens, police announced.

Plants, flower baskets and other products worth about $4,000 were destroyed during the incursion, said Lt. Krag Campbell in a news release.

JPD asks residents with information to call their business line at (907) 586-0600 or contact the Crime Line at (907) 523-7700 or www.juneaucrimeline.com. Tipsters are guaranteed anonymity, according to JPD, and may be eligible for an award of up to $2,000.

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