Police Beat for Monday, November 19th, 2012Centralia Police are investigating an overnight burglary at Borowiac's IGA store on East McCord Street. Police report an undisclosed amount of cash was taken after forced entry was made to the building. The break-in occurred sometime after the store closed at ten Sunday night and opened at six Monday morning. Police Detectives are reviewing surveillance video to see if they can determine who was responsible.
Marion County Sheriff's Deputies are investigating six gunshots fired into three oil tanks and batteries in rural Patoka. Junior McKinney of Salem reported the tanks were off the Willet Road a quarter mile from the Boat Dock Roads. The damage was discovered during the noon hour on Sunday.
The sheriff's department is investigating the theft of three tents from a storage unit used by Richard Dunn of Salem. The unit is part of the Dunahee storage facility on U.S. 50 west of Salem. Deputies say another unit also appeared to have been entered, but no report has yet been completed.
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