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(Beaverton, OR)  --  A burglary victim says she's unhappy with Beaverton police after receiving an apology for an officer's mistake.  After Janet Wyatt's home was burglarized in 2012, a jacket and knit cap were found in the home and taken to a crime lab for a DNA test.  Investigating Officer John O'Keeffe apparently missed an email about DNA matches from the crime lab, and nothing was done in the case.  The statute of limitations for first-degree burglary in Oregon is three years, so nothing can be done about the crime at this point.

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