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Authorities post about break-ins, suspicious truck

(Source: Marmaduke Police Department) (Source: Marmaduke Police Department)
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Two law enforcement agencies in neighboring counties have posted reports of crime in their area on social media.

In Clay County, Sheriff Terry Miller took to Facebook on Monday to report two calls of separate break-ins on Highway 141 near Knob on Nov. 9.

The suspects reportedly went into both residences and stole a $100 Walmart gift card and some change, according to Miller.

The incidents are still under investigation.

In a separate case in Greene County, the Marmaduke Police Department is asking for information regarding a suspect's vehicle.

A video posted to the department's Facebook page shows a gas station parking lot with what looks like a pick-up truck.

Chief Steve Franks tells Region 8 News those in the truck are accused of breaking into various coin machines around the city on either Nov. 11 or 12.

If you have information about these crimes call the Clay County Sheriff's Department or the Marmaduke Police Department.

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