B&E nets $30,000 in Macs, iPods; Bourne, West Barnstable crashes; storm wrapup

Two injured in Bourne crash
- Two people were injured in a crash in Bourne just after midnight Sunday morning. The crash happened on State Road (Route 3A). Firefighters worked for some time with the Jaws of Life to free the victims. An ambulance from Plymouth helped transport the victims to Jordan Hospital. Further details were not immediately available.

Driver seriously injured in crash
- A single vehicle crash at the intersection of Old Stage Road and Service Road  early Saturday morning left one person seriously injured. Barnstable Police are investigating the crash. Further details were not immediately available.

Public help asked after computer store break
- Store managers at the Cape Mac store on Route 39 in Harwich are hoping the public can help after $30,0o0 worth of Mac computers and iPods were stolen during a break in overnight Thursday night or Friday morning. The Times says the owners arrived Friday morning to find the back door pried open and the alarm disabled. 26 iPods and 7 laptops were stolen. Harwich Police are investigating the break and anyone with information can call them at (508) 430-7541.

Storm wrap up
- We did not get any reports of major flooding or problems other then the dozens of traffic crashes during the storm. Generally 2-3 inches of snow fell followed by about 2 1/2 inches of rain. Wind gusts were reported in the 30-40 MPH range. Guests at the Radisson hotel in Hyannis are seen here waiting outside in the rain after the fire alarm system sounded. Click here for official storm totals from the weather service. Photo courtesy of R. Copley.

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