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Burglars hit Fayetteville Verizon store 2nd time in a month

The Verizon store on Promenade Parkway was burglarized twice in the month of March. Nothing was apparently stolen during the March 31 break-in while in the March 4 burglary a small number of iPhones were stolen.

Fayetteville Police were alerted to the March 31 break-in by an alarm call at approximately 10:30 p.m., said department spokesperson Mike Whitlow.

An unknown number of persons entered the building after breaking through a glass portion of the storefront, then attempted without success to enter the storage room, Whitlow said, adding that nothing appeared to have been stolen.

The March 4 burglary occurred at approximately 3:45 a.m., according to reports. Four iPhones were stolen after an unknown number of persons broke the glass in the building’s front door, reports said.

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