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Police step up patrols in light of 2 break-ins



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January 21, 2009
IMLAY CITY — Police are investigating a pair of reported break-ins believed to have occurred on Wednesday, Jan. 21.

Chief John Stano said the first incident involved the theft of six beers from a refrigerator at a home on W. Sixth St.

The homeowner said the front door had been locked, said Stano, adding that an upstairs bedroom was ransacked but nothing else was reported missing.

A neighbor reported seeing three males near the home at around 2 p.m., but did not call police. Two suspect vehicles were also identified.

Stano said there was no sign of forced entry, suggesting that the suspects may have "jimmied" the door open.

On the same day, a Townsend Street resident reported that his front door had been kicked in and an undisclosed amount of cash taken from the property.

The police chief said a neighbor saw two young males and one female at the residence, but did not call police.

Stano is asking anyone with information about either of the incidents to call the Imlay City Police Dept. at 810-724-2345.

"We intend to step up our patrols to combat these kinds of activities," said Stano. "We're also asking residents to be watchful and when they see something suspicious to call the police immediately."

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