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Rash of break-ins reported in Gallia County, Ohio
GALLIA COUNTY, Ohio (WSAZ) --Several break-ins have taken place throughout Gallia County, including at remote hunting cabins, homes and garages, Sheriff Matt Champlin says. The sheriff says deputies have a person of interest in the cases. “We also ...
GALLIA COUNTY, Ohio (WSAZ) -- Several break-ins have taken place throughout Gallia County, including at remote hunting cabins, homes and garages, Sheriff Matt Champlin says.
The sheriff says deputies have a person of interest in the cases.
“We also believe that our suspect has stolen from other property owners in the area without their knowledge,” Champlin said in a release“I strongly encourage our citizens in Greenfield Township to check their personal property to ensure they have not been a target from this slime ball who victimizes innocent, hardworking people.”
Anyone with information about the thefts is asked to call the sheriff department’s tip line at 740-446-6555.
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