Deputies seek information in Oak Ridge break-ins

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Surveillance images from the Domino's Pizza that was broken into on N.C. Highway 68 in Oak Ridge late Thursday night or early Friday morning. (Photos courtesy: Guilford County Sheriff's Office)

OAK RIDGE, N.C. — Guilford County sheriff’s deputies are still looking for information in several commercial break-ins that happened earlier this month in Oak Ridge.

Detective C.A. Rogers with the Guilford County Sheriff’s Office said investigators have not received any information regarding the break-ins since they were first reported on July 6.

Deputies said a suspect forced his way into the Tractor Supply Company at 8005 Marketplace Drive shortly before 11:45 p.m. on July 5 and stole money from the store’s cash registers.

Around the same time, deputies said there was an attempted break-in at the BB&T bank at 8002 Marketplace Drive.

On Friday morning, two more break-ins were reported at the Domino’s Pizza at 1692 N.C. Highway 68 and at the nearby A&Y Nail Spa, deputies said.

Deputies said the incidents appear to be related due to the time and manner in which they took place.

Deputies said they are not sure how many people were involved in the break-ins.

Anyone with information about the break-ins is asked to call the sheriff’s office at (336) 641-2306 or Crimestoppers at 373-1000.

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