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Authorities investigate Dundee burglaries

    DUNDEE—State police and Yates County Sheriff’s deputies are investigating two burglaries in Dundee, the weekend of May 21 and 22.
    The Yates sheriff’s office confirmed someone broke into both the Dundee Area Youth Center and Earl’s Hometown Pizzeria. Sheriff’s Deputy Brian Windslow said it’s possible the two burglaries are connected, but the sheriff’s department is handling the youth center burglary while the state police are in charge of the pizzeria investigation. He added the two agencies are working together.
    Beth Taylor, youth center director, said the back door was broken open and so was the door to her office and her desk. She said someone stole nearly $2,200 raised in a chicken barbecue that Saturday night.
    “We’re disheartened. It’s a lot of money for us,” said Taylor. “It’s a lot of money out of our very small budget.”
    Tammy Earl, owner of the pizzeria, also said someone broke into the back door of her restaurant. She explained it had to be after midnight on Saturday because that is when she left, taking 99 percent of the cash from the store home with her. She said a safe box was stolen, but it had just change in it. Earl said the only other things stolen were some flats of soda and paperwork.
    Neither Earl nor Taylor said they had heard any updates on the investigations. In addition, there have been no reports on the incidents. Windslow said the investigations are ongoing, and a report will eventually released to the public. However, no date was given.

 

 





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