Two burglaries reported in St. Joseph County, Michigan last week

A pair of burglaries in St. Joseph County, Michigan, one in Centreville, the other in White Pigeon, are being investigated by Michigan State Police.

Troopers say the theft in Centreville was a breaking and entering reported after 10:30 p.m, Tuesday, according to MLive.

Investigators believe the suspects broke into a garage and a shed on the property, allegedly taking multiple totes full of the owner’s belongings as well as a bench.

The second theft happened between Sunday and Wednesday in White Pigeon when suspects kicked in the back door of a residence and stole a number of collectible coins.

Anyone with information regarding either of the crimes should contact the Michigan State Police.

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