Rash of burglaries hits city

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By Gayle Deaton

Shelbyville police are investigating a rash of burglaries that have occurred within the past two weeks.

According to a police report, burglars attempted to break into two homes in Osprey Cove between Feb. 16 and Feb. 26 but were only successful in gaining entry to one in the 5000 block of Black Falcon Way.

The burglar apparently kicked in the front door, the report said, and stole jewelry worth $500, as well as other miscellaneous property.

However, an apparent attempt to break into a home on Gray Hawk Drive either failed or was aborted, police said.

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