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Two arrested in string of High Point nail salon burglaries

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Phong Nguyen, Cameron Nguyen

HIGH POINT, N.C. — Police arrested two men Sunday night in connection with a string of nail salon burglaries in High Point, according to a press release.

At about 10:30 p.m., officers arrested Cameron Nguyen and Phong Nguyen during a traffic stop in the 1100 block of Eastchester Drive.

In each burglary, the front glass of the businesses was broken, and money and nail drills were taken.

The list of businesses includes:

  • Tan and Nails Salon, 2531 Eastchester Drive
  • Perfect Nails, 2850 S. Main St.
  • Miss Nails, 1236 Guilford College Road
  • Premier Nails, 3700 N. Main St.
  • Diamond Nails, 2108 N. Centennial St.
  • Nature Nails, 4701 Piedmont Pkwy.
  • Fancy Nails, 1677 Westchester Drive
  • Empire Nails, 1231 Eastchester Drive
  • My Nails, 3925 Sedgebrook St.
  • Elite Spa and Nails, 5872 Samet Drive
  • Premier Nails, 3700 N. Main St.
  • NC Nail, 1125 Eastchester Drive

Both men are behind bars at the Guilford County Jail. They have a Dec. 12 court date.

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