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Last updated on Tuesday, March 10, 2009
(COLUMBUS) - Police detectives are investigating a break-in at a charity in Columbus.
Columbus Police Lt. Joe Richardson says the United Way building on Columbus' 13th Street was broken into sometime after 8:30pm Saturday night.
Police there say the building also houses offices for a number of other related charity programs. Reports say around $8,500 in merchandise, including computers, cash and gift cards, were lifted.
Columbus police ask anyone with information to call them at (812) 376-2605.
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