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Business break-in results in costly losses

(KAIR)--Forced entry into an Atchison County farm implement business results in a loss valued at thousands of dollars, with county authorities continuing to investigate.

According to a release from Atchison County Sheriff Jack Laurie, deputies responded to a burglar alarm at Heritage Tractor, located in the 17000 block of 286th Road, shortly before 2:30 on the morning of September 1.

When they arrived, the deputies found that the front door had been broken in with a concrete paver, but no one was found inside the business following a search, assisted at the crime scene by the Atchison Police Department.

Missing was around $350 in cash, taken from the cash register, as well as two gas powered transfer pumps.

According to Laurie, damage to the door is estimated at $2,000, while the theft is estimated at $2,500, bringing the total estimated loss to $4,500.

No arrests are yet made, as the investigation remains ongoing.

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