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Kind Creations sees attempted burglary Monday night

The Kind Creations smoke shop had multiple windows broken during an attempted burglary Monday night, according to Fort Collins Police Services and the shop’s owner. 

The attempted burglary happened around midnight on Monday, Oct. 6 and included four young or juvenile suspects. Owner Brandon Finke said the suspects broke in seven windows, which he estimates will cost him a few thousand dollars to repair. The suspects were not able to enter the shop.

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Finke says, since the shop opened in 2003, he has seen 12 break-ins or attempted break-ins. This burglary follows a similar incident at The Joint Smoke Shop the week before.

Ravyn Cullor can be reached at news@collegian.com or on Twitter @RCullor99.

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