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Burglars cut through Belvoir Corner Stop's roof

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BELVOIR, N.C. - Burglars target another Pitt County business. This time, instead of cutting a hole in the wall, they cut a hole in the roof. 

Pitt County deputies say they responded to an alarm at Belvoir Corner Stop off Highway 33 around 1:15 Wednesday morning.
    
At least two people cut a hole in the roof to get inside and they went out the same way they came in.
    
The sheriff's office has not yet released what was stolen.

It’s the second time burglars have hit the Belvoir Corner Stop this year.
    
Back in March, deputies say a team of thieves busted a hole through the wall. They got away with $40,000 in cash, check books and credit cards.

"We're very concerned for the safety of the citizens of Pitt County and this is one of our priority cases. We have a lot of officers out there at night patrolling, we have undercover vehicles out there at night looking and it's just a matter of time before the burglars mess up," said Sheriff Neil Elks


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