Moon police investigating thefts from vehicles
Moon police are investigating thefts from vehicles along University Boulevard Tuesday morning.
Police Sgt. Doug Ogden said items were stolen about 9:45 a.m. from two vehicles that were left unlocked outside Fab-Tec Industries, a steel fabrication and production company along the Ohio River.
Ogden said officers are following up leads, but would not provide any more details.
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