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.
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.
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.
Police are responding to two reported break-ins in Huber Heights.
We will update this story when we find out more details.