Deputies make arrests in body shop break-in

The Huron County Sheriff's Office has solved a break-in at a North Ohio 99 body shop earlier this month with the arrests of two Ottawa County suspects. An employee of the Monroeville-area business reported the theft of $5,000, various automobile parts and three guns Jan. 12, Capt. Ted Patrick said. The missing firearms were two 12-gauge shotguns and one Savage .22 over-and-under rifle.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 24, 2010

The Huron County Sheriff's Office has solved a break-in at a North Ohio 99 body shop earlier this month with the arrests of two Ottawa County suspects.

An employee of the Monroeville-area business reported the theft of $5,000, various automobile parts and three guns Jan. 12, Capt. Ted Patrick said. The missing firearms were two 12-gauge shotguns and one Savage .22 over-and-under rifle.

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