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Burglars swipe $200 in frozen chicken from Aloha Island Grill, detectives searching for clues

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SPOKANE COUNTY, Wash. -

Detectives are asking for tips after they say someone stole $200 worth of frozen chicken from the Aloha Island Grill on West Francis.

On May 27, 2018, at approximately 4:30 a.m., two suspects in a pickup rammed the door to a refrigerated walk-in cooler in the parking lot of the restaurant. The suspects got out of the vehicle, stole approximately $200 worth of frozen chicken, and drove away. 

Detectives estimate that the damage to the walk-in cooler is around $15,000.

The vehicle is believed to be a blue and gold 1999-2004 Ford F150 extended cab pickup with fresh front end damage. Detectives believe it's possible that the truck may have been taken into a body shop for repairs by an unsuspecting owner who allowed someone to borrow their vehicle.  

ITF Detectives are requesting anyone with information regarding this burglary or can provide any tips which could help identify the suspects to call Crime Check at 509-456-2233, reference #10070714.

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