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Police: Suspect cut hole in roof, stole cigarettes

Source: Crimestoppers Source: Crimestoppers
Source: Crimestoppers Source: Crimestoppers
COVINGTON, KY (FOX19) -

Covington Police are looking for a suspect who burglarized a liquor store.

The offense occurred Oct. 8 at Latonia Liquors on Decoursey Avenue.

Police say the white male suspect climbed onto the roof and removed shingles and then cut a hole in the plywood to gain access to the attic. He then walked in the attic and fell through the office ceiling tiles.

The suspect was unable to get any money, so he took a few cartons of cigarettes, then exited the building during through the side rear door.

Anyone with information should call Crimestoppers at 513-352-3040.

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