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Springfield police investigate case where $2,400 television was allegedly stolen

Springfield police are investigating a home burglary where more than $2,400 worth of valuables were allegedly taken.

Police were called to the 100 block of West Grand Avenue on Saturday, according to a police report. There, they met with a victim who told them items were missing from her home.

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“(The victim) stated that … her house was broken into in an unknown manner,” the report says.

The victim said she was told two suspects were alleged to have broken into the home, but no arrests or charges have been filed in the case.

The report says the burglary could have taken place between Feb. 6 and March 9, although the report does not indicate a reason why the burglary was not reported until Saturday.

The report says $2,400 television was stolen from the home, along with two speakers and a laptop. A value was not placed on the speakers or the laptop in the report.

The report classifies the case as a burglary of a residence. The investigation is ongoing.

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