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Salvation Army thrift store broken into overnight in Hannibal

HANNIBAL, Mo. (WGEM) - Salvation Army officials confirmed Thursday morning that the Hannibal Family Store and Service Center was broken into overnight.

Spokesperson Kent Embree confirmed a break-in did occur sometime late Wednesday night or early Thursday morning. The store manager told WGEM News around $400 was taken from the safe. He believes the building was entered by going through the donation drop box.

Officials from the Salvation Army were at the facility Thursday morning to check on the store.

"We are currently reviewing video surveillance footage from the store to gather additional information and cooperating with Hannibal detectives, who will be following up on leads," Operations Director Chad Rodgers said in a statement.

Hannibal police was at the business Thursday morning to investigate.

Embree says the store will be back open Friday morning.
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