Police Department Investigating Break In At Raytec Plant
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November 1, 2001

Police Department Investigating Break In At Raytec Plant

The Memphis Police Department is investigating an early morning break in at the Raytec manufacturing plant on Highway 136 in Memphis that occurred October 15.

The robber(s) cut phone lines to the building as well as other power lines inside the warehouse and on the plant's forklift before loading 10 12' by 16' aluminum rolls and removing them from the site. An estimated $10,000 value was placed on the stolen property.

A similar burglary occurred at the plant in 1997. Officers are investigating leads but are asking anyone that saw suspicious activity at the site on the morning of the crime to contact the department at 465-2612.


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