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Police looking for suspects in Laurel Ford burglary

LAUREL, MS (WDAM) -

Laurel Police need your help in finding the individual or individuals who burglarized Laurel Ford over the weekend. 

Investigators said someone gained entrance into the dealership through the back gate of the car dealership.

Police said the suspects went into body shop, smashed several vending machines and stole a black & silver 2009 BMW motorcycle.

Police are looking closely at current and former employees of the dealership. 

If you have any information about this crime, please contact Laurel Police Department at (601)425-4711 or Jones County Crime stopper at (601) 428-STOP.

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