Published: Thursday, September 07, 2017 @ 2:51 AM
By: Breaking News Staff
UPDATE @4:51 a.m.
Kettering police said it’s possible a break-in at a Cricket store is connected to similar breakins overnight.
Sgt. Brad Lambert said police were already checking for break-ins in the city after a Metro PCS in Huber Heights and a Rent-a-Center in Riverside were broken into.
Lambert said break-ins come in spurts, and if one break-in is reported, there usually end up being several.
“When it does happen, it typically happens in multiple jurisdictions in one night,” he said.
After being alerted of the break-ins in Huber Heights and Riverside, Kettering police were checking area cell phone stores for any criminal activity and came upon the break-in at the Cricket store.
“We had an officer sitting and watching the store. He left to do something else, and an office came 10 minutes later and the store had been broken into,” Lambert said.
Employees are in the store taking inventory to determine what was stolen.
Rocks were thrown through the front windows at all three break-ins.
UPDATE @4 a.m.
A Cricket employee is in the store working to determine if anything was stolen or damaged.
A rock was thrown through the front window, according to our crews on the scene.
Kettering police are investigating a reported break-in at a Cricket store.
The break-in was reported around 2:40 a.m. at the store in the 2200 block of Patterson Road. A window was reportedly smashed in.
Huber Heights police are also investigating to break-ins early this morning. It’s unknown if the incidents are related.
This story will be updated as additional information becomes available.