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Campbellsville Police investigating two more burglaries
On Wednesday morning, Tucker's Jewelry front door broken on Main Street; MinitMart burglarized. CPD already investigating two burglaries on Tuesday morning. See also earlier stories from March 18, 2014: 1) C-ville Police investigating burglary at Pruyear's Antiques and 2) Campbellsville PD investigating Convenient Store burglary report with pictures of suspect inside store
Click on headline for complete story, Larry Smith photo of damage at Tucker's Jewelry
From Campbellsville Police Department
The Campbellsville Police Department investigated two burglaries during the early morning hours of Wednesday, March 19, 2014. Unknown person(s) atttempted to gain entry into Tucker's Jewelry on Main Street by breaking the glass in the doorway to the business. No entry was made and no items were taken.
The second burglary was at MinitMart/Godfathers at around 2:17amET. A piece of concret was thrown through the front door of Minit Mart and entry was gained and several items were taken.
Campbellsville Police discovered the burglary after responding ot the security alarm.
The investigaation continues as video surveillane footage is being reviewed.
Campbellsville Police requests anyone with information concerning this crime to contact them at 270-465-4122. Anonymous information may be reported on the Police TIP line by calling 270-469-7743. - Campbellsville Police Department, 100 Street, Campbellsville, KY
This story was posted on 2014-03-20 04:22:21
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