Springfield internet cafe broken into

Springfield News-Sun

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Springfield News-Sun

Springfield police are investigating a store break-in that took place Thursday morning.

Authorities were called to Internet Cafe, 1881 S. Limestone Street, where they found the store’s front glass door damaged.

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“I arrived and found the east, front door glass shattered and the bottom half busted out completely,” a police report says.

Officers searched the building, the report says.

“After checking the business, the office was found to have been forced open, in an unknown manner, breaking the locking mechanism,” the report says.”There was a safe laying in the office doorway but did not appear to have been forced open.”

The report says it does not appear that anything was removed from the business.

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The report says the crime was believed to have occurred at about 2:35 am. The report indicates officers classified the incident as a burglary of a business and breaking and entering using force.

Due to a lack of suspect information, no charges were filed at this time and Springfield police continue their investigation. Anyone with information can contact police at 937-324-7680.

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