Kansas Agricultural Museum Sustains $25K Theft

December 11, 2014

Police are seeking help to identify whoever stole items from the National Agricultural Center and Hall of Fame’s collection.

Bonner Springs police tell The Kansas City Star thieves broke into the center on Sept. 10 and November 5. Stolen items include an antique coin collection valued at $25,000, mantel clocks and cast iron agricultural models. Center officials say a pair of laptop computers was taken in the September break-in.

The 160-acre facility has separate museums and many exhibits that give an extensive history of farming and agriculture.

No suspects have been identified. Police are asking the public to call with information related to the thefts.

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