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Robinson burglaries being investigated
10/09/2019

(KNZA)--The Brown County Sheriff’s Office is investigating several burglaries in Robinson.

Sheriff John Merchant, in a news release, said his office took a report October 6 of break-ins at AG Partners and the Robinson Community Store.

Cash and items were stolen, with the value of the stolen items less than $1,000 for each business.

Merchant said three juveniles from the Robinson area are being charged with burglary and criminal damage to property, but the incident remains under investigation.

Another case, also dating to October 6, is under investigation. According to Merchant, his office received a report that several storage units at Robinson Self-Storage had locks cut.

Renters of the units were notified and minimal items were reported stolen.

Merchant said information has been shared with other neighboring counties having the same issues.

He said the Robinson Post Office, on October 3, reported a lock being cut on the mail drop box.

The loss was undetermined.

Doniphan County has reported similar incidents at post offices in communities located in that neighboring county.

 

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