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New Bern police investigate two break-ins

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NEW BERN, N.C. -

New Bern police are investigating two overnight break-ins on the same street.

The first happened at Armstrong Grocery on 1201 Broad Street just before 10 pm on Sunday.

Police say someone threw a cinderblock through a window, setting off an alarm, but nothing was stolen.

The second break-in happened an hour and a half later at the Country Biscuit restaurant at 809 Broad Street.

Police say the suspect pried open the drive thru window and climbed in, stealing some petty cash.

Police are investigating whether the two incidents are related.

They say they don't have any suspects at this time.

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