NRPS investigating break and enter at memorabilia store in Niagara Falls
Niagara detectives are investigating a break and enter at a memorabilia store in Niagara Falls.
In the overnight hours between Wednesday and Thursday, one or more suspects broke into "Icon Autographs" on Dorchester Road in the Falls.
They ransacked the store, stealing specialized items that have been autographed by celebrities.
It's believed they stole around $100,000 of items.
Once the list of stolen items has been finalized, it will be released to the public.
Anyone with information about this incident is asked to contact the investigating officers by calling 905-688-4111, option 3, extension 1009059.
Those in the area with any kind of security cameras are asked to review their footage between November 29th at 4:07pm, and November 30th at 9:00am.
Members of the public who wish to provide information anonymously can contact Crime Stoppers of Niagara online or by calling 1-800-222-8477.
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