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Local business owners concerned over recent rash of break-ins

April 30, 2013

Police are looking into a break-in at Lily's Restaurant and Bakery in Punxsutawney, where a "substantial amount of cash" was lost early this morning, according to a report by WPXZ 104.1 FM.

The station reported that this is the second recent break-in at Lily's and one of several reported at local businesses of late.

The report also says that Lily's, Walker Auto Parts, Subway and ISDA have been victimized and that a "substantial reward" is being offered by business owners for any information leading to the arrest of individuals responsible.

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