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Police Investigate Library Break-Ins

EAST LANSING, Mich. (WLNS) -- Police are looking for a man they say broke into the East Lansing Public Library twice in the last week.

The first on Saturday, December 15 and the second on Thursday, December 20.



Investigators say on both occasions, the suspect broke out a back window to steal the change machines connected to the library's copiers.


Officials tell 6 News the suspect is about six feet tall and wore a ski mask during the break-ins.

Jill Abood, the head of public services at the East Lansing Public Library says, "We're really disappointed this happened but we're hoping that someone knows something and is able to report that to the police."

 Library officials ask anyone with information to contact the East Lansing Police Department.


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