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Farmington Hills Break-Ins Leave Strip Mall Businesses Without Power

The following information was supplied by the Farmington Hills Police Department. Arrests and charges do not indicate a conviction.

Police responding to reports of break-ins and thefts at a strip mall on Middlebelt in Farmington Hills Sunday morning discovered electric meters damaged and power out at the affected businesses. 

According to the report, a brick was used to break the front window at Asia Grocers, where a cash register containing a small amount of money was taken. The cash register was later found near trash bins at the back of the building. 

The report indicated that a window to the right of the front door at Hungry Howies was broken. An unknown amount of cash was missing from a small safe behind the counter, and about $100 was taken from a cash register.

Catalytic converters stolen

Two vehicle owners contacted Farmington Hills Police March 10 to report the theft of catalytic converters. 

According to the reports, the parts were taken from a 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee parked in the 27000 block of Gateway Drive and a 2002 Pontiac Sunfire parked in the 23000 block of Middlebelt Road. The thefts happened sometime between March 7 and March 10. 

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