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Dover police investigate 3 burglaries
DOVER — Police are investigating three commercial burglaries that happened late last month.
In each case, someone forced his way into the business and took cash or a cellphone.
The first burglary happened the night of Nov. 26 or in the early morning hours of Nov. 27 at Profile Gas, a service station at 104 Central St. Cash was stolen.
On the night of Nov. 29 or early the next morning, another Central Street service station was burglarized. As in the first, the burglar forced entry into Prime Energy at 237 Central St. and stole some cash.
The last break-in occurred Saturday night at North Country Tractor, 10 Littleworth Road. Again, entry was forced, but the only item stolen was a cellphone.
Anyone with information about the burglaries or similar incidents is asked to call police at 742-4646. To remain anonymous, call the Dover Crimeline at 749-6000 or use dovernhcrimeline.org.
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