Car rams into Springfield drive-thru, money and cigarettes stolen

The car was later found fully engulfed in flames, according to police reports.

A car was used to ram into a Springfield drive-thru early Saturday morning where more than 100 packs of cigarettes and money were stolen, according to a police report.

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The same car used in the incident was later set on fire, according to a separate police report.

Police were called to Rogers Four Wheeler, 836 Selma Road, at about 5:40 a.m. Saturday morning on a report of an alarm going off at the business, the report said.

One of the garage doors had been pushed inside the business, it said. An employee arrived on scene and told police two cash drawers and about 100 packs of cigarettes were taken from the business.

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Security footage showed a gold Toyota Camry driving through the garage door, the report said. Two men later began pulling down a display of cigarettes and cash drawers and began putting both in the vehicle, the report said. The car later left the business in reverse, bringing down the garage door.

The security footage is expected to be given to police at a later date, the report said. The damage was reported at about $3,4000, it said.

A Toyota Camry with the same license plate used in the smash and grab was later found in the 1700 block of Highland Avenue completely engulfed in flames, according to a police report.


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