WEST WYOMING, LUZERNE COUNTY -- A Luzerne County community is missing some money. Now an investigation is underway. This story is unfolding in the Borough of West Wyoming. Sources close to the case tell the I-Team’s Andy Mehalshick that tens of thousands are involved, and it could be into the hundreds of thousands. The I-Team has confirmed that state, local and county detectives are looking into alleged financial discrepancies in the Borough of West Wyoming. Borough officials confirm that questions surfaced about three weeks ago during a routine audit of the boroughs books those same officials said they would not comment at this point so as not to jeopardize the investigation. Sources close to the investigation tell the I-Team that the audit raised some red flags. The auditors contacted borough council, who turned over the case to the West Wyoming Police Department. The police chief told Eyewitness News he called in the state police and Luzerne County District Attorneys office. A forensic audit will be done and that could take some time. We are also told that bank records will be examined as part of that audit. One source familiar with the case told the I-Team we could be talking as much as $200,000 either missing or possibly stolen. West Wyoming council is meeting at 7:00 Monday evening. We’re told the council president will read a statement about the investigation to make it public, but he will not make any further comment.