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Lakeland Police are investigating a break-in at a clothing store and believe the same man broke into a dozen other businesses.

Clothes, shoes, and snacks that were once at the One Stop Shop on the corner of Washington and Seventh Streets are gone.

Zacourie McBride estimates the break in has cost him $12,000.

The lock on the front door was broken and the glass door shattered last week.

"We pretty much going to get it going again in a few weeks and make it bigger and better," said burglary victim Zacourie McBride.

Police say the break-in has the same M-O and the same shoe print as several other break ins including one at the burger shack.


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