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Burglar gets a taste for Astoria bakery, hits it up twice in a week


Jan. 7, 2015 By Michael Florio

In the space of a week, a burglar broke into the same Astoria bakery twice—making off with nearly $2000 in cash, according to the police.

The burglar allegedly broke into Parisi Bakery, located at 30-17 Broadway, in the early hours of Dec. 27 and Jan. 1, according to police. Each time he would go behind the counter and help himself to the cash register.

Police have released a video of the alleged suspect.

Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 800-577-TIPS (8477).

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In today’s world it is less expensive to invest in an alarm system. Don’t get robbed for a 3rd time. Make the call


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