Alaska State Troopers are investigating after multiple items, worth about $22,000, were stolen from a Pamler home.

AST received a report of a burglary in progress at a residence on N. Wolverine Road just before 5:30 p.m. on Monday. According to a trooper dispatch, the suspect left the scene with multiple items, including tools, a boiler heater, an oil tank and moose antlers.

The estimated value of the stolen items is about $22,000, with damage to the home and detached garage total $700.

The suspect was reportedly driving a white 2011 GMC single cab pickup, bearing Alaska plate JLV201, with a dark gray tailgate. It was last seen headed toward Palmer with the stolen antlers in the bed of the truck.

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