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3 men sought in burglary of Murray InkDoubt store


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MURRAY -- Three people removed some very expensive items from a tattoo removal business in Murray overnight.

The owners of InkDoubt say around midnight a man broke out the window at Winchester Plaza and stole a computer and a monitor from the reception desk.

Three hours later, the same man returned in a truck with two other people. This time they took two lasers used for removing tattoos -- each are valued at over $100,000.

The men also stole more electronics and some sports memorabilia, including an autographed photo of Muhammad Ali and a basketball signed by Shaquille O'Neal.

If you recognize the man seen in the surveillance image, or have any information about the robbery, contact the Murray Police Department at 801-840-4000.


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