Philadelphia burglary suspects targets same 7-Eleven twice in 24 hours, police say
The suspect stole 30 packs of cigarettes during the first burglary, authorities said
A suspected burglar hit the same Philadelphia 7-Eleven store twice in 24 hours, police said.
The suspect was captured on surveillance video when he broke into a 7-Eleven at 1190 E. Luzerne St. just after 2 a.m. Sunday, the Philadelphia Police Department said.
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Surveillance video captured a suspected burglar stealing cigarettes after breaking a front window, police said. The same suspect hit the same location hours later, authorities said. (Philadelphia Police Department)
He broke a front window and reached into the store, according to video footage released by authorities.
The suspect was seen ransacking the store and stealing 30 packs of cigarettes, police said.
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Then, at 1:45 a.m. Monday, the burglar came back and removed plywood covering the window he damaged the night before. He again reached in and took merchandise, police said.
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