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Burglary reported in Humboldt
01/27/2020

(KLZA)-- The Richardson County  Sheriff's Office is investigating a burglary that occurred Saturday night at the North Fork One Stop convenience store in Humboldt. 

It appears a brick was thrown through the front door to gain access. The report says it appears cigarettes and liquor were targeted in the burglary. 

The Sheriff's Office is reviewing video surveillance footage and collected shoe prints and blood as part of the ongoing investigation.

Anyone that may have noticed anything suspicious is asked to contact the Richardson County Sheriff's Department at 402-245-2479. 

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