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Police investigating Warren break-in

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WARREN, Ohio - Police are investigating a break-in at a Warren business complex.

Two businesses: the Law Offices of Michael Buzulencia and Valley Counseling Services, both located at 150 E Market Street, reported property damage after a suspect allegedly broke into the businesses and ransacked the offices.

The incident occurred sometime between last Thursday night and Friday morning. Police say it appeared someone broke into the building by climbing a tree next to the building onto the roof and kicking through a small door in the women's restroom to gain access.

The suspect then started looking through office desks and cabinets before leaving by kicking down the front doors. At this time nothing appeared to be stolen but The law offices reported $1,000 worth of property damage and Valley Counseling Services reported $2,000 worth of property damage.

Police are continuing the investigation.

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