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Atlanta Bread Company Broken Into

Officers are on the hunt for a suspected burglar.

On Thanksgiving, the alarm company for Atlanta Bread Company called the owner and told him the restaurant was broken into.

The suspect cut off the security cameras, stole the device that records security imagery and broke into the store safe.

The suspect got away with $2,400.

Officers say its possible the burglar gained entrance through the roof and left through a broken window.

 

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