Wednesday, March 21, 2012 at 7:42 am (Updated: March 21, 7:43 am)
Two Lawrenceburg men confessed to breaking in and stealing property from more than 100 vehicles over the last three months, city police reported.
Lt. Chris Atkins, representing Chief Tommy Burris at the March 12 city council meeting, reported that city police had found the two male individuals responsible for more than 100 car break-ins across the county.
“They’re still recovering property every day,” Atkins said.
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