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Monday, November 24, 2014

Police remain reluctant to release any information regarding recent string of business burglaries

Posted: November 24, 2014 - 6:47am
Updated: December 2, 2014 - 2:11pm


Lenexa Police near the scene
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Update:

Lenexa Police remain tight-lipped as they continue to investigate a string of early-morning burglaries all involving the same Lenexa business.

Master Police Officer Dan Friesen says, "we've had four business burglaries at Sonic, 8610 Pflumm, since September 25, 2014. The others were, October 25, October 27, and November 24."

Friesen says, "detectives are following leads, but no arrests have been made to this date."

"There are no surveillance images or suspect descriptions," according to Friesen.

The only detail that MPO Friesen would confirm is that cash has been taken in each of the four burglaries.

Operation 100 News remains the only media reporting any news of these burglaries and I will continue to follow up with police as their investigation continues.


The shattered glass in a door of the Sonic
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Original report:

Lenexa Police are investigating after the Sonic Drive In, 8610 Pflumm Road, was burglarized this morning.

The same Sonic location, located just off of Pflumm Road near 87th Street Parkway, has been burglarized four times since late September. Each time officers have set up a large perimeter around the area and then searched for suspects with a K-9.

The first burglary occurred on September 25th. Following that burglary, Master Police Officer Dan Friesen told Operation 100 News that the Sonic, "experienced a small loss of money."

Lenexa Police outside of the Sonic
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Other burglaries have been reported at the same location on October 25th 27th and this morning, November 24th. Attempts to reach Lenexa Police regarding the October burglaries were not returned.

This morning officers were dispatched at 3:45 am and arrived within seconds. Arriving officers found glass in one door had been shattered and someone had forced their way into the building.

Again, a large perimeter was set up and a K-9 unit was called in from off-duty. The K-9 officer searched the area but was unable to locate any suspects.

Officers at the scene would not give any details about what, if anything, was taken. Attempts to reach a PIO on Monday were not returned.

Operation 100 News was the only media on scene as a manager arrived to assess the damage.

Check back with Operation 100 News on this blog and on Twitter for the latest details as they become available. Remember where you heard this news first, Operation 100 News, reporting the news to the public as it breaks.


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