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Police seek info on business break-in

Police are looking for information in the break-in at Take Two Video, 18 S. Main, in Cedar Springs, last week.
According to police, Take Two owner Shawn Kiphart called them Monday morning, August 15, to report that his business had been broken into during the night. Officer Chad Potts responded to the scene.
According to Kiphart, the back door was busted in. “I don’t use that door and had it deadbolted,” he said. He also noted that he had boxes stacked in front of it.
Chief Roger Parent said that it appeared that someone may have used the bathroom in the rear of the business and then unlocked the door. That person then may have returned during the night to remove items from inside the store.
Stolen items consisted of video game operating systems, video games, DVDs, PSPs and other electronics. “We suspect more than one person was involved,” said Parent.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Cedar Springs Police Department at 696-1311 or Silent Observer at (616) 774-2345.

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