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Crime brief: Grant Plaza business burglarized

 

Police are searching for two suspects who reportedly burglarized an optometry business early Monday morning, breaking through the front door and stealing frames for glasses.

The suspects broke into the shop, located in the Grant Park Plaza, around 3:30 a.m. on Monday, Sept. 10., smashing the front door to get inside, according to police spokeswoman Katie Nelson.

Once inside, the pair reportedly stole an "unknown" amount of frames before fleeing through the front door and heading off in an unknown direction.

Both suspects had their faces covered during the burglary, so descriptions of both are limited to what they were wearing. The first suspect was described as wearing a black and yellow hoodie with black pants, white shoes and gloves. The second suspect was described as wearing a gray hoodie, blue jeans, tan-and-white shoes and gloves.

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