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Another car dealership broken into early Friday

Police were dispatched just after 3:30 a.m.

KENTWOOD, Mich. — Police in Kentwood were dispatched to an area car dealership early Friday, triggered by an alarm. 

Kentwood Police were dispatched just after 3:30 a.m. to Fox Mazda on 28th Street Southeast after the alarm was set of. The department said that a K9 track was used, but no suspects were found. It does not appear anything was stolen. 

This comes just one day after at least five other dealerships and auto-related businesses in Kent County were broken into from Wednesday to Thursday. Over the last several months, law enforcement agencies throughout West Michigan have been investigating dealership and auto shop break-ins many of which resulted in stolen vehicles. 

RELATED: Law enforcement believes recent dealership break-ins, vehicle thefts to be related


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