Union Bridge video store hit by $4,500 burglary

January 12, 1994

State police are continuing their investigation of the $4,500 burglary of the Video Palace in the 100 block of Main St. in Union Bridge, said Dawn Grimes, one of the outlet's owners.

The burglary occurred late Thursday or early Friday, Ms. Grimes said.

Ms. Grimes said the intruder escaped with Super Nintendo video games, Sega Genesis game cartridges, Game Boy games and about $52 from a cash box. She said this was the first break-in at the store in the three years it has been in business.

Anyone with information about the burglary is requested to contact the state police at (410) 848-3111 or 876-2101.

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