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Boone Co. trying to catch tool thief

BOONE CO., KY (FOX19) -

Boone County Sheriff detectives are investigating two burglaries of the City Electric Supply Company located at 1335 Donaldson Road near the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport within a one month period and are hoping to get some assistance from someone recognizing the thief or the truck he drives. 

On Saturday, November 30, 2013 at approximately 11:15 a.m. surveillance video recorded a man walk up to the front door, break out the glass with a hammer, reach in and unlock the door, enter the business, and then remove merchandise. 

The video shows the man described as a white man, with short dark hair, glasses, wearing a grey hoodie with "Cincinnati" across the front of it, jeans, gloves, tan boots walk directly to a Milwaukee tool display and removed eight tool combo kits making numerous trips out the front to a light colored, late 1990's, Dodge Dakota pickup truck with a black bumper on the front. 

Anyone with information concerning these burglaries is asked to contact Detective Kris Weber at the Boone County Sheriff's Office at (859) 334-2175 or call Crime Stoppers at (513) 352-3040.

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