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3 reptiles stolen from Medford, Ore., home

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MEDFORD, Ore. -- Police are investigating the theft of three exotic reptiles from a Medford home.
Lt. Mike Budreau said the burglary was reported late Wednesday by a 30-year-old man who found the lock on his garage had been cut.
The victim told police the reptiles are worth a combined $3,500. He identified them as a "white ivory bald python" and two "Mexican bearded dragon lizards with black and yellow spots."
No other items were stolen from the home.

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