Mysterious safe

  • Thursday, July 24, 2014

Photos by Frank Johnson/Journal Scene Bob Temple of Cracker Jack Locksmith expertly drills through a steel beam to unlock a decades-old safe. The safe was found in a storage area at the Summerville Dorchester Museum, and its contents were not known. After hours of cracking the heavy-duty structure, the safe was opened on Monday afternoon as museum officials looked on. Hopes for buried riches were unfortunately dashed, however, as the safe was found to be empty, save for a lone paperclip in its bottom drawer.



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