Recent Break-Ins at Local Trailheads Sparks Bozeman Man to Action
A recent rash of vehicle break-ins at local trailheads has sparked a Bozeman man to take action. He's started a GoFundMe page to raise money to purchase cameras to try and prevent future break-ins.
Like many of us, Joshua James Miller is a frequent user of the M-Trail, Drinking Horse, Triple Tree, and other trails, and instead of just talking about the problem on social media, he decided to do something about it.
His plan is to raise enough money to furnish law enforcement with cameras to help them keep an eye on the M-Trail parking lot, and then if enough money comes in, branch out to other trailheads for their security and safety.
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