The curator of the Sedro-Woolley Museum saw something surprising on the museum’s surveillance cameras last weekend.
Carolyn Freeman told KIRO TV a naked man got inside the museum’s storage area and was seen on video rearranging ladders, and placing broken boards and pieces of an antique stove in a pattern on the floor. The break-in happened on September 1st, and the museum was not open at the time. The suspect was inside the museum for several hours, according to Freeman.
“Through the years, there have been a lot of interesting things here,” Freeman told KIRO. “But this one is just very bizarre.”