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Investigators say some victims had no losses beyond smashed windowThieves break into dozens of vehicles at UPS facility in LenexaThieves targeted dozens of vehicles at a UPS warehouse in Lenexa, Kansas. About 30 vehicles were broken into early Friday. Police also said that at least five vehicles were broken into at a nearby hotel. Police said the thieves used a tool to smash the windows to get inside and steal valuables. Investigators said some victims had no losses beyond a broken window.
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Selecting a term
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