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Greenville photography business burglarized

GREENVILLE, KY (WFIE) -

Authorities in Greenville say a photography business has been burglarized. 

Police tell 14 News that the suspect broke a window at Amy Hourigan Photography and took the cashbox containing about a $1,000 worth of uncashed checks.

The suspect, they say, apparently cut himself while in the building and they will be testing the blood samples in hopes of an ID.

Greenville police are asking if you have any information, call them right away.

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