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Police Release Photo Of Pet Store Burglary Suspect

Police Release Photo Of Pet Store Burglary Suspect

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A puppy bandit has struck a Mitchell pet store again.  Ed’s Pet World owner Ed Anderson says two puppies were stolen from his store in a burglary early Tuesday morning.  Surveillance video showed a lone male entered the store around 1:45 Tuesday morning.  The two seven-week-old poodles were taken, as was a dog cage.  The cash register was smashed and money was stolen as well.  A reward is being offered for the return of the puppies.  It is believed that an earlier incident at K and B Archery on Main Street may be related.  A male subject who was attempting to forcibly enter K and B fled when confronted by a witness.  The Ed’s Pet World burglary happened several hours later.  Anyone with information on these incidents should contact Mitchell police at 995-8400.

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