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Locks pried and jimmied to break-in

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Police responded to a number of break and enters reported early Friday morning. 

One downtown business and two unattached garages were broken into. A third garage showed signs of attempted entry.  

The business owner in the 1300-block of Princess Avenue reported that cash and a cell phone was taken following the break-in. The suspect entered the business after the lock on a rear door had been ‘jimmied’. 

A men’s mountain bik was taken from inside a residential garage in the 300 block on First Street. The lock had been pried off to gain entry.  

The door of a second residential garage in the 400 block of 4th Street was entered after prying open the door. Nothing was taken from inside. 

The third garage was located in the 400 block of 3rd Street, but entry was not made.  

The police have responded to all of the break and enter reports, but no suspects or witnesses have been located.  

» Brandon Sun

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