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Raleigh police try to ID man who broke into News & Observer building

Posted October 4, 2015

Raleigh Police distributed surveillance images from inside the offices of the News & Observer newspaper Sunday. They are looking for a man who broke into the building, at 215 S. McDowell St., around 1 a.m. and damaged property inside.
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— Raleigh Police distributed surveillance images from inside the offices of the News & Observer newspaper Sunday. They are looking for a man who broke into the building, at 215 S. McDowell St., around 1 a.m. and damaged property inside.

When police arrived, they found blood at the scene they believe belongs to the suspect. A search did not yield anyone inside.

Anyone who recognizes the man in the photo or has other information about the break-in is asked to call Raleigh Crime Stoppers at 919-834-4357 or visit raleighcrimestoppers.org for text and email reporting options. Crime Stoppers pays cash rewards for anonymous tips that help solve cases.

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  • Jim Halbert Oct 5, 2015
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    Someone commits a crime and all people can do is s#!% on the news and observer. Stay classy my internet commenters.

  • Mike Smith Oct 5, 2015
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    WITN TV says no security guards were on duty. Guess times are tight for the NEWS AND DISTURBER.Maybe they should invest in an alarm system along with guards on duty

  • Crystal Potter Oct 5, 2015
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    Why can't there be a better photo? Surveillance cameras have come long way. Come on now.

  • Ryan Walsh Oct 4, 2015
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    So... I'm a small business that has had crippling theft multiple times now but the police don't care. I have footage too.