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Frankfort Police Ask For Theft Information

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Updated: 5/21/2013 1:08 pm
Frankfort Police are looking for a man they believe burglarized a store.

They say it happened at 5:30 the morning of Sunday May 19 at the Circle K Food Mart on Versailles Road.

Officers say the worker there told them the safe and registers were forced open and empty when she got there and the security panel was damaged.

Investigators say the store's security video showed that a 6'1", 185 pound man was responsible for the damage and the theft of cigarettes.

If you have any information about the incident, call Frankfort Police at 502-875-8523.
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