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Flat screen TVs stolen in break-ins at 3 Rock Hill shops

ROCK HILL Rock Hill Police are investigating a string of business break-ins in which the thieves stole flat screen televisions.

Each burglary took place in the early morning hours or overnight while the shops were closed.

A 32-inch Samsung flat screen was stolen at about 5:30 a.m. Tuesday from the lobby wall at Oliver Eye Associates on North Wilson Street, according to a Rock Hill Police report. The television was valued at $1,000. Police reviewed security video from Oliver Eye Associates and determined the thief left in a light colored sedan.

A 20-inch Emerson flat screen was also taken from Top of the Line Barber Shop on South Dave Lyle Boulevard. The owner noticed the theft when he opened the shop Tuesday morning. Police say that TV was worth $250.

A 42-inch Vision television valued at $1,200 was stolen from Kreative Kreations Styling Salon on Albright Road during a break-in reported at 3:40 a.m. Wednesday.

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