String of businesses broken into; cash registers dumped near interstate



The same person or people likely smashed their way into a string of businesses along Interstate 65 in southern Indiana, including Seymour, Columbus and Edinburgh, police report.

Pieces of or entire cash registers taken from stores and restaurants have been recovered near seven interchanges from Sellersburg to Columbus, police said.

The latest was reported at 3:50 a.m. Sunday, when Columbus police responded to an alarm at the Lincoln Square Restaurant, 2315 W. Jonathan Moore Pike.

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