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Last updated on Monday, December 21, 2009
(FORT WAYNE, IN) - Police believe an employee might be responsible for vandalism at a Fort Wayne factory Sunday that caused what the owner estimates to be more than $3 million in damage.
An intruder entered Hoosier Pride Plastics on the city's northwest-side, cutting wires, destroying circuit boards and slicing and draining hydraulic lines on the company's injection molding equipment.
Hoosier Pride makes injection-molded plastic products.
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