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Warren Township business hit by burglars for third time

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WARREN TOWNSHIP, Ohio - The owner of a Warren Township car wash is hoping surveillance video will lead to the arrest of two men who broke into the business early Thursday.

Scott Graham says the burglars forced their way into his Viking Car Wash on West Market Street at around 2:00 a.m.

Two men, dressed in blue clothes, used a crowbar to pry open the office door.  Graham says they made off with $800 worth of quarters that are used to stock the change machine.

The intruders got away before the security alarm went off.

Graham says this is the third time his business has been hit by thieves.

"I can't do anything else.  It's secure and dead bolted.  I have cameras all the way around throughout the building.  So there's not much more I can do on my end to protect the place." said Graham. 

Warren Township Police are not releasing any information about the crime at this time.

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