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Police seek burglary suspects

Amarillo, TX - Police are looking for suspects in an overnight burglary. 

The La Campana restaurant was burglarized around 1:50 Monday morning near the 26th Street exit on I-27.

Officers said the door was kicked in by the intruders.

The owners are still determining what all had been taken.

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