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Beulaville Police investigating Family Dollar break-in

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BEULAVILLE, N.C. -

Beulaville Police need your help to in identifying a man who broke into the Family Dollar Store in Beulaville.

Police tell 9 On Your Side that the break-in happened around 4am this morning. Police describe the person as a "black male wearing gloves with blue jeans and having a backpack." The suspect was only inside the store for a few seconds.

Police are offering a reward for information that leads to an arrest. If you have information contact the Beulaville Police Department at 910-298-5360 or the Duplin County Sheriff's Office at 910-296-1911

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