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Smash-and-grab burglar hits Sears for TV, saw

The Sears store at 539 North Glynn Street in Fayetteville was the target of burglars Monday morning who made away with a wall-mounted television and a chain saw.

Police spokesperson Steve Crawshaw said an officer on patrol discovered a broken window on the Sears storefront at 7:46 a.m. Monday. The front window had been smashed in with a rock, he said.

Store employees determined that a 50-inch television mounted on a wall had been stolen, along with a chain saw, Crawshaw said.

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