CRIME WATCH FOLLOWUP: Twice-burglarized business crowdfunding for more security

That’s video from a burglary right before Christmas at Mystery Made in The Junction. As we reported at the time, that was the second time in less than two years that the independent shop has been hit; the first was a few months before Mystery Made moved to The Junction from Admiral. Local real-estate broker Mara Haveson, a friend of proprietor Cory Cote, emailed today to say she has organized a crowdfunding campaign, explaining, “He is struggling with the repairs needed to make his shop safer and can use a little help from the community.” If you’re interested in helping, here’s how.

2 Replies to "CRIME WATCH FOLLOWUP: Twice-burglarized business crowdfunding for more security"

  • Jim P. January 23, 2022 (1:27 pm)

    I am sure this has been thought of but just in case:The owner may want to check with city, county and state to see if there are any grants or other assistance for crime victims or to enhance security.Never hurts to check as sometimes there are overlooked resources.

  • tinimcb January 23, 2022 (5:36 pm)

    Just made our donation!   Mystery Made AND Cory are the best.  Love to keep them around.  Such a unique and great store.  The owner, Cory, is so kind and friendly.  Hope we can keep them around.  Please help if you can.

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