Dallas Sixth Floor Museum reopened today, a day after burglars attempted to steal a safe from the ground floor.

The museum, which chronicles the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, will hold normal business hours today from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The museum was closed Tuesday.

A museum spokeswoman said after the early-morning break-in that the museum s collections were secure.

The only apparent damage at the museum was to the concrete stairs at the visitors center south entrance, where two men dragged the safe out of the building.

Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price said the thieves took some hard-to-find surveillance equipment, which he said suggests they had help from someone that worked at the museum.

The Dallas County Sherriff s Department is investigating the case.

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