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Laptops stolen in front of Birmingham business

The Birmingham police department has started an investigation into the theft of two laptops from the front of a business at 400 E. Maple Road after an individual reported them stolen. t


On Sunday, April 2, a 78-year-old man walked into the police station to report two laptops, worth $6,000, stolen the day before. According to the man, he was unloading items from his car and moving them into the business but left the two laptops near the back of his car when he went inside. When he came back, approximately a half hour to an hour later, the laptops were nowhere to be found.


Birmingham police say there are no suspects or witnesses right now.

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