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March 30, 2013

Arlington Street businesses hit by burglars

Ada — ADA —  Police are busy trying to catch up to a recent outbreak of burglaries in the  area of North Arlington Street, where three break-ins have occurred in the last two days.

Burglars broke into  Paradigm Realty early Wednesday morning and ransacked  the local business in the 1400 block of North Arlington,  making off with several items and leaving the business trashed, including, interestingly enough, a container of uneaten ice cream on the floor.

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