Suspect Cut Hole In Roof Of Store In Attempted Burglary
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WEST SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Police called off a door-to-door search for a suspect in an attempted break-in at a gas station in West Sacramento.
The incident began around 3:30 this morning at Kwik Stop on Sacramento Avenue at Jefferson Boulevard.
Police say the store’s alarm was triggered when someone cut a hole, big enough for a small person to fit through, into the store’s roof.
When the alarm sounded, the suspect took off into a nearby neighborhood.
Police used K-9 units in attempt to track down the criminal but did not find anyone.