Police investigate break-ins at Verizon stores - Tucson News Now

Police investigate break-ins at Verizon stores

CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

The Hamilton County Sheriff's Office is investigating a series of break-ins at local Verizon Stores.

The latest happened in the 7700 block of Montgomery Road in Sycamore Township just before 4 a.m. Monday. The thieves took off with phones and tablets.  Earlier there was a call to the 5500 block of East Kemper Road in Springdale.

Officers are looking for three men. One suspect was wearing a black coat with khaki pants. The other two were wearing dark gray hoodies with khaki pants.

 Dispatchers tell us Verizon stores were also broken into in Florence and West Chester over the past two days but don't know if they are connected.

We have a crew on the way to the scene and will update you as we get new information.

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