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Local police investigate burglaries

August 15, 2014


Investigators with the West Point Police Department are looking for any information regarding three burglaries which took place throughout the last week in July.
n On July 24 officers responded to the 200 block of Old White Road in reference to an alleged burglary of a dwelling. According to the incident report, an A-frame loader was allegedly taken from the owner’s garage. The piece of equipment was 14 feet tall with a reddish brown color and 5-inch tubing. WPPD Chief Investigator Albert Lee said the A-frame was used to lift car engines, and due to its size, it would have taken more than one person to move the frame.
n On July 25, officers responded to Bugg Street Storage in reference to a burglary. According to the incident report, someone allegedly broken into one of the storage units and took an antique television/radio combo, a barbecue grill and assorted clothing. Lee said the padlock on the storage unit had been broken.

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