3 laptops stolen in Rent-A-Center breaking and entering in Dayton


Three laptops and a CD changer were reported missing after a breaking and entering at Rent-A-Center. 

Dayton police were dispatched to the  Siebenthaler Avenue location around 5:30 a.m. Thursday,  according to police reports. 

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Officers reported a front window was broken, and that a landscaping block was approximately 10 feet inside the window. 

Rent-A-Center has video surveillance inside the store, but was unable to pull it up, read the report.


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