$1,000 worth of electronics stolen from Springfield home in burglary


Springfield police responded to a home burglary this week where a man said someone broke in and stole his television.

Police responded to a home on the 1100 block of West High Street and met with a man who said he came home to find his house broken into.

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“(The man) stated that both himself and his uncle left the house at approximately 2:45 p.m.,” the report says. “(The man) advised that at 4:30 p.m. they returned home to find there front door standing open. (the man) stated that he checked through the entire house and the only thing that appeared to be missing was a 55 inch LG television.”

The police report values the television at about $1,000.

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“There was no damage to the door or the thresh hold of the door,” the report says. “There appeared to be no signs of forced entry.”

There were also no witnesses or suspects, the report says.

“Due to lack of suspect information, no charges were filed at the time of the incident,” the report says.



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