ASHWAUBENON - Police are asking the public for help following the burglary of an Ashwaubenon business.
The Card and Coin store on Marlee Lane was burglarized early Friday morning.
No one was there at the time.
Officials say the suspects cut the store's phone lines before entering. They then stole money and other items.
Officials say another Ashwaubenon business also reported having its phone and cable lines cut overnight. However, that store was not broken into.
Anyone with information is asked to call Ashwaubenon Public Safety at (920) 492-2995.
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