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TOLEDO, OH (Toledo News Now) -

Police are asking for help to find whoever stole a dozen truck batteries out of semis recently.

The semis were parked outside the I-75 Business Center. Police say employees had a few days off and discovered the batteries missing when they returned to work over the weekend.

Local businesses say the batteries usually go for about $150 each, and whoever took them must have had the time to go through and pull each one out.

Police say they have no suspects right now, so tips from the public could be the key to finding those responsible.

"We need the help of the citizens," said Sgt. Michael McGee. "If they're hearing anything, please call. If they see anything, please call. Anything out of the ordinary, please call and we'll check it out."

Anyone with information that could help detectives can call them at 419-245-3340.

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