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U.S. Cellular break-in

A break in this weekend at a Lawton business does several hundred dollars in damage.


Records say that a passerby reported a broken door at the U.S. cellular on Northwest Sheridan.

When police investigated, they found the glass broken on the door, apparently by a large piece of concrete.

An employee informed police on what missing from the business. The damage to the door and the missing items total over $3,000 dollars.

The business advised police that there is surveillance footage and the store will be making it available to police.

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