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Break-ins at Huber Heights, Riverside keep police busy

Published: Thursday, September 07, 2017 @ 1:50 AM
Updated: Thursday, September 07, 2017 @ 3:24 AM
By: Breaking News Staff

UPDATE @2:15 a.m: Police responded to two separate business break-ins in Huber Heights and Riverside just after 1 a.m. Thursday morning.

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Both Metro PCS in the 5100 block of Brandt Pike and Rent-a-Center in the 4900 block of Airway had their front windows smashed. 

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No word on if anything was taken from either store, but police will watch security cameras at MetroPCS to confirm. 

Damage estimates are under $1,000 for MetroPCS, while a television valued at $3,100 was damaged at the Rent-A-Center store.

Police are still investigating both break-ins, as well as a Cricket Wireless cellphone store break-in in Kettering. It’s unknown if the incidents are related. 

FIRST REPORT

Police are responding to two reported break-ins in Huber Heights.

We will update this story when we find out more details.