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Large rock thrown through window of Springfield wireless store


Two watches were stolen from a Springfield wireless store after a large rock was thrown through the front door of the business, according to a police report.

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Springfield Police Division officers were sent to the AT&T wireless store at 1636 N. Bechtle Ave. on a report of an alarm at about 1:20 a.m. Thursday evening.

When officers arrived, the large rock was still laying inside the store, the report said. The manager told police two watches were missing.

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The men were wearing gloves and masks, so no prints were able to be taken, the report said.

The watches were valued at about $350 each, the report said.

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