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Huntsville Police investigate 3 burglaries in south Huntsville

Huntsville Police are investigating three burglaries as three different businesses. Huntsville Police are investigating three burglaries as three different businesses.
HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF) -

Huntsville Police are investigating three burglaries as three different businesses.

Officers responded to Madison Electric at 6900 Whitesburg Drive at 7:06 a.m. Monday. Investigators said that sometime over the weekend, burglars broke the lock off of one of the business' work trailers at the Whitesburg Middle School construction site and stole tools from inside. The tools belonged to several workers at the site, according to police.

Officers also responded to Auntie Anne's Pretzels inside Parkway Place Mall at 8:15 a.m. Monday. The store manager told police that someone stole cash out of the locked safe inside the business. The safe wasn't forcibly opened and the manager wasn't sure whether someone forced their way into the business itself.

At a third location, burglars stole computer equipment. An employee with Alabama Quality Research at 106-C South Side Square told investigators that someone gained entry to the business using a spare key that was hidden outside the business. 

No arrests have been made in any of these cases. Huntsville Police continue to investigate.

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