Cross Plains, Indiana comes face to face with burglar - Tucson News Now

Indiana woman faces burglar

CROSS PLAINS, IN (FOX19) -

A Ripley County woman comes face to face with a burglar in her home.

It happened last Wednesday on S.R. 62 in Cross Plains, Indiana.

The Ripley County Sheriff's Office says the resident came home around 4:00 p.m. and found a thief inside her home.

After a short exchange of words, the male subject immediately ran out her front door.

Deputies say a nearby home had also been broken into and burglarized.

The Ripley County Sheriff's Office is investigating both burglaries and urges anyone with information to contact the sheriff's office at (812)-689-5558.

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