Community meeting set for 5:30 p.m. today

Published: Wednesday, October 3, 2012 at 04:55 PM.

Ashley Duncan, who lives with her Marine husband on Nandina Lane, said the family has had an attempted break-in and a break-in at her home.

“They came in my back door and they exited through my front door,” she said. “I heard them and woke my husband up and they heard us and I guess they took off out the front door.”

In the other case, Duncan said she heard someone shaking her back door just minutes after her husband left for work at the base.

“I came down the stairs just in time to see somebody running out my back gate,” Duncan said.

Duncan said it was still dark, but described the person as a white male with brown hair.

“My neighbor had said she had seen somebody in the backyard with a flashlight not even a couple minutes before my husband had left,” Duncan said.

Last week, a home was broken into and keys were stolen, Bratton said.

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