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■ Police: Burglars damage
three Lincoln businesses
■ Brick were used in all
three burglaries, which
police think are connected.
By MkheUe Starr
! Staff writer
After throwing bricks through
- glass doors, burglars entered three
southeast Lincoln businesses early
The three burglaries appear to be
connected because the same red-col
ored brick was used, Lincoln Police
Ofc. Katherine Finnell said.
At 4:30 a.m., a paperboy on his
morning route noticed a glass door of
Colby Ridge Popcorn, 4240 S. 48th
St., had been smashed with a brick.
A reported $146 in cash was
taken, and $400 in damages was
made to Colby Ridge Popcorn.
After the break-in report was
made, officers in the southeast area
began patrolling the area’s businesses
and noticed two other break-ins,
The second burglary occurred at
Mr. Goodcents Subs and Pasta, 4333
S. 70th Suite 1. The burglary occurred
between 9:45 Tuesday night and 4:58
Wednesday morning, when police
found the smashed-in glass door.
The door was fixed by opening
time, said co-owner and operator Jeff
Mr. Goodcents Subs and Pasta’s
” It’s very ^
people do that.”
owner of Williams Cleaners
safe and its contents were taken, and
$300 in damages were reported.
Barclay didn’t specify the amount
of money in the safe but estimated a
total of $800 to $1,000.
Williams Cleaners in Suite 8 of
the same shopping complex was the
Once again the front glass was
smashed with a brick between 6:30
Tuesday night after the business
closed and 4:58 Wednesday morning.
Other than the $270 in damages,
nothing was taken; the burglars only
made a mess, Finnell said.
Dave Winter, owner of Williams
Cleaners, said he was disappointed.
“It’s very inconvenient and unfor
tunate that people do that,” he said.
“But, it’s not as bad as it could have
Williams Cleaners was open
Wednesday after about an hour of
clean-up, Winter said.
There were no suspects, police
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cally dismissed students each year for
the past four years. The number of
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