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CHELSEA: 2 break into business, steal large amounts of items - Chelsea Standard

CHELSEA: 2 break into business, steal large amounts of items Published: Tuesday, March 11, 2014

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cheap timberland boots CHELSEA — Chelsea Police are seeking help identifying two men who broke in and robbed a business at the 1100 block of S. Main Street in the early morning Friday, March 7. The robbery occurred at approximately 4 a.m., according to a Nixle alert sent out by Chelsea Police. One black male and another masked, unknown male gained entry to the building by prying the rear door open, according to the release. The suspects stole a large amount of items from the business and placed them in what appears to be a blue pillowcase, according to police. The suspects fled the area within three minutes of gaining entry. The black male is described as wearing Timberland-style brown boots, black pants, a black sweatshirt and a black baseball cap. The suspect appears to be between younger- to middle-aged. The second, unknown male, is described as also wearing Timberland-style brown boots, dark pants, a white hooded sweatshirt and a dark bandana or mask over his face. He was seen carrying a large, 3-4 foot pry bar. Both subjects appear to be of average size and height, with an unknown exact range at this time. According to the Arizona Sun Tanning Facebook page , their store had also been broken into in the early morning. "No, nothing was taken or destroyed, just the back door," they wrote on the Facebook page. "They were trying for Verizon and miscounted. Once they realized (the) mistake they went for right door." Continued...

discount timberland boots 1 2 See Full Story Anyone with information or who saw any suspicious activity around this time please call the Chelsea Police Department at 734-475-9122 or Dial 911. Editor Nichole Seguin can be reached via email at nseguin@ . Follow her on Twitter and Tout @naseguin. 1 2 See Full Story 1 2 3 See Full Story 1 2 3 4 See Full Story CHELSEA — Chelsea Police are seeking help identifying two men who broke in and robbed a business at the 1100 block of S. Main Street in the early morning Friday, March 7. The robbery occurred at approximately 4 a.m., according to a Nixle alert sent out by Chelsea Police. One black male and another masked, unknown male gained entry to the building by prying the rear door open, according to the release. The suspects stole a large amount of items from the business and placed them in what appears to be a blue pillowcase, according to police. The suspects fled the area within three minutes of gaining entry. The black male is described as wearing Timberland-style brown boots, black pants, a black sweatshirt and a black baseball cap. The suspect appears to be between younger- to middle-aged. The second, unknown male, is described as also wearing Timberland-style brown boots, dark pants, a white hooded sweatshirt and a dark bandana or mask over his face. He was seen carrying a large, 3-4 foot pry bar. Both subjects appear to be of average size and height, with an unknown exact range at this time. According to the Arizona Sun Tanning Facebook page , their store had also been broken into in the early morning. "No, nothing was taken or destroyed, just the back door," they wrote on the Facebook page. "They were trying for Verizon and miscounted. Once they realized (the) mistake they went for right door." Anyone with information or who saw any suspicious activity around this time please call the Chelsea Police Department at 734-475-9122 or Dial 911. Editor Nichole Seguin can be reached via email at nseguin@ . Follow her on Twitter and Tout @naseguin. Return to Paging Mode Reader Comments comments powered by Disqus
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