The New London home where Lucy Maud Montgomery, author of Anne of Green Gables, was born was broken into on Monday night.
The incident was part of a string of break and enters in the area that night.
The board that runs the museum and bookstore says none of the displays were damaged, and money isn’t kept in the facility overnight.
Montgomery was born in 1874 in a small white and green house, which sits at the corner of Route 6 and 20. A replica of the writer’s wedding dress and scrapbooks containing stories and poems are displayed at the museum.