A thief took the kitchen faucet and a door’s dead bolt in a burglary last month, Columbus police said.
The burglary at a 32nd Avenue home happened between March 19 and March 30. Someone broke a window to get inside a rear door, causing $200 in damage. Once in the home, the thief took a $75 kitchen faucet, a $400 water heater and a $20 dead bolt, reports state.
Police list no suspects. There have been no arrests.
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