VIDEO: Police say cell phone store break-ins in three cities connected

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(WDTN) — Police are investigating break-ins at two cell phone stores in the Miami Valley and another in Cincinnati.

The first break-in happened on Monday, when three suspects broke into the Boost Mobile in the 5600 block of Springboro Pike in Moraine.

Police say the suspects used a rock to shatter the front door to the business, before entering and stealing merchandise.

According to police, the suspects arrived and left in a vehicle with a temporary license plate.

Two more break-ins happened on Wednesday. The first happened just after 4 a.m. when five suspects broke into the Sprint Store in Miamisburg in the 200 block of N. Springboro Pike.

Three of those suspects threw rocks through the front glass door, entered and stole store merchandise. The suspects arrived and left in a vehicle with a temporary license plate.

Police say the same suspects broke into a Sprint store in Norwood, Ohio near Cincinnati on the same day.

According to police, the vehicle involved in the break-ins was a stolen Toyota Avalon. It was stolen from an address in the Dayton. The vehicle was later recovered in Trotwood.

Anyone with information about the break-ins is asked to call 937-847-6620.

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