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Masked Men Break Into Six Businesses Thursday Morning

VICTORVILLE, Calif. (VVNG.c0m) Authorities are investigating a rash of break-ins that occurred throughout the night.

Six business were hit this morning by masked men who broke out windows with crowbars.

The Soccer Warehouse, Louisiana Cajun Seafood, Carnitas Uruapan, Ethiopian Cuisine, Molly Brown’s Café, and Down Home Grill all had their windows shattered by the suspects between the hours of 1:30 a.m. – 3:00 a.m.

Authorities were on high alert searching for the getaway vehicle that was used in each burglary. The vehicle was described as a small dark SUV.

All the surveillance collected from the businesses showed the two suspects entering each business wearing a mask, dark clothing and carrying a yellow crowbar. The suspects were able to get away with unknown amounts of money from some of the businesses.

“The suspects were able to get away with unknown amounts of money from some of the businesses,” said Mara Rodriguez, Media Relations with San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Victorville Station.

Authorities were not able to confirm the race of the involved suspects and are asking that anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Mike Mason, at the Victorville Police Department- (760) 241-3080.

Those wishing to remain anonymous may contact We-Tip at (800) 782-7463.

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