KELSO, Wash. (KOIN) -- About 25,000 pounds of steel was reported stolen from a property on Mount Brynion Road in Kelso -- and neighbors can't figure out how it happened.
Nearby resident Frank Enriquez told KOIN 6 News his wife heard their dogs barking quite a bit the other night. "But she looked out and didn't see anything. Didn't think about looking on (the other) side."
The property owner has ties to the shipping industry and was known to store large anchors and other heavy pieces of metal on his land.
An investigation is underway.
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