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Atchison businesses targeted by thieves

(KAIR)--Two Atchison thefts on Wednesday, resulting in losses over $2,000, are under investigation.

According to a release from Atchison Police Chief Mike Wilson, the thefts, believed to be connected, occurred at the AT&T Store, located at 720 U.S. Highway 59, and Walmart, at 1920 U.S. Highway 73.

According to Wilson, the investigation focuses on two persons who first went to Walmart, around 1:00 Wednesday afternoon, and took watches, headphones, and a television, valued at $1,250. Wilson said the pair then went to AT&T where electronic equipment, valued at $967, was stolen.

Wilson said Atchison Police are working with several other law enforcement agencies in Kansas and Missouri that are also investigating thefts believed to have been committed by the same duo.

The two Atchison crimes, when totaled, add up to a loss of $2,217.

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