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SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Crews are cleaning up this morning after copper thieves caused some water damage to a Sacramento dry-cleaning business.
Sheriff’s deputies got a call from the alarm company monitoring the Swanson’s Cleaners on Madison Avenue.
Deputies saw three men allegedly stealing copper from the store.
Deputies pulled over the suspect vehicle and arrested the trio.
Inside the car, deputies found a pair of bolt cutters they believe were used in the heist.
Some damage was done to the water pipes at the business causing some flooding inside. The pipes will have to be repaired.