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Crime Stoppers of Mid-Michigan is asking for the public's help in two requests for assistance cases.
The first happened on August 17 around 4:30a.m. Officers were called to an electronic store in the 6200 block of S. Cedar for a breaking and entering. The front window had been smashed with a large brick and people entered the store and stole several items of merchandise.
The, on August 23 at 4:15a.m., officers were called to the same store. A glass door had been smashed with a large brick, where people crawled through the broken door and stole more things. Each time two or three people were involved in the break ins.
Crime Stoppers is also asking for your tips on August 24 4:30p.m. during a festival in Lasning's Old Town. A fight broke out between two people. When police intervened, they discovered that a stocky white man, wearing a blue shirt had shoved a female to the ground hurting her so badly, she had to go to the hospital.
A bystander took a video of the incident and in it you can see the man pushing the woman and then walking away.
If you have any information, call the detective at 517-483-4620, 517-483-4817 or Crime Stoppers at 517-483-STOP.
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