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    Batavia Plumbing Business Suffers Break-In And Robbery (Photos)

    Batavia police are investigating a break-in and robbery of a local plumbing business last night.

    According to owner Jeremy Shouse, two men using a UHaul broke into River City Plumbing, located in the 1100 block of Paramount Parkway in Batavia, Tuesday around midnight. Multiple tools and pieces of equipment were stolen during the incident.

    The suspects were photographed on security cameras (see below).

    Among the items stolen:

    • Rigid see Snake 200′
    • Rigid DVD Pak
    • Rigid Navitrak locator
    • Spartan 300 sewer rodder
    • Makita jackhammer with cart
    • Rigid 700 power threader
    • Rigid threader set with case 1/2″-2″
    • 3 new Milwaukee 12v vacuums
    • Rigid handheld Mini inspection cam

    Anyone having any knowledge of this incident, or who comes across the stolen items in a local pawn shop or for sale online, is asked to please contact the Batavia Police Department at 630-454-2500.

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