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SPANISH FORK POLICE PROBE BREAK-INS OF VEHICLES, TRAILERS AND TOOL SHEDS

Spanish Fork police detectives are investigating several break-ins, including auto burglaries, in which more than $10,000 worth of goods were stolen last week.

Police Chief Dee Rosenbaum said that a dozen auto break-ins occurred on the city's extreme eastern end April 15-17. Most of the vehicles were left unlocked, although a few had their windows smashed. Items taken from the vehicles, which included tools, money, compact disc players, CDs and speakers, were worth nearly $1,500.In a separate, and possibly unrelated, incident last Tuesday, thieves broke into several trailers and tool sheds at Operating Engineers Training Center, 2162 River Bottoms Road.

Rosenbaum said one or more individuals broke locks on the trailers and sheds and took ap-prox-imately $9,000 worth of tools, tool boxes and copper wire from the company, which trains people to work with heavy construction equipment.

Anyone with information should call Spanish Fork police dispatchers, 798-5070.