Safe removed from Ross Township tavern in overnight break-in
Ross Police are investigating an overnight burglary of Kretzler's Tavern on Babcock Boulevard.
Two men broke through at rear door at the business at about 2:50 a.m. and removed a small floor safe with an undetermined amount of money, said Ross Detective Brian Kohlhepp.
They men then fled in a four-door car.
The two were captured on surveillance video, which shows the men breaking through the door and into a storage room. The video shows most of the face of one man and a partial face of the other.
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