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Hattiesburg Police investigate auto burglaries, grand larceny

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HATTIESBURG, MS (WDAM) -

Police need your help in solving two auto burglary cases and a case of grand larceny.

Authorities said the first incident happened Tuesday afternoon in the 600 block of North 25 Avenue.

Authorities said the suspect shattered the back window of a 2001 Honda CRV - and stole a number of items. Police describe the suspect as a black male who was wearing a blue shirt at the time.

Early Wednesday morning, police say an auto burglary happened around the 2500 block of West 4th Street. Police say they found the back passenger window of a gray Chevrolet HHR was shattered.  Police say several items were stolen from the vehicle.

Later in the day on Wednesday, there was a report of grand larceny in the 1300 block of James Street. Police say someone stole an air conditioning unit worth more than $500.

If you have any information on these cases, please call Hattiesburg Police at 601-544-7900.

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