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[November 16, 2012]

BRIEF: Burglars break into Redlands 99 Cent store

Nov 16, 2012 (San Bernardino County Sun - McClatchy-Tribune Information Services via COMTEX) -- At least one person broke into a 99 Cent store in Redlands this morning and stole merchandise.

Police received a call at 5:47 a.m. about a burglary alarm near the corner of Redlands Boulevard and Clark Street.

They arrived and found a window smashed at the business.

Police are searching the business to determine what was taken. They are also trying to determine if the burglar or burglars were captured on surveillance video.

Reach Melissa via email or call her at 909-386-3878.

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