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"Home at Last" veteran home burglarized

LAWTON, Okla._A Lawton home, purchased specifically for homeless veterans, was broken into Tuesday night, and police are on the hunt for the person responsible.

Police say someone broke into this home on the 800 block of Southwest “E” Avenue, breaking a window and stealing a number of items. The home was a part of the "Home at Last" project. It's one of the three houses refurbished for homeless veterans to live in.

"Home at Last" organizer Don Shelby says the suspect took a lawn mower, a sledge hammer and other tools. He says that most of the items were brand new, and the lawn mower was purchased for the home by another veteran.

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