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Video: Burglars ram car through front door of Indianapolis clothing store, go on pillage spree

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INDIANAPOLIS — In a daring and inventive burglary, suspects in Indianapolis rammed a car into the front doors of a clothing store and stole items from the shop, according to Fox 59.

An anonymous tip prompted Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department to investigate the burglary at Hang Time clothing store in the 5600 block of Georgetown Road about 4 a.m.  March 19.

Surveillance video shows a late-model white Dodge Durango and a white sedan, possibly a Nissam Maxima, were involved. The white sedan was used to ram the business after unknown suspects rolled away the concrete planters in front of the business.  After the vehicle rammed the front of the business, 10 to 12 suspects spilled in and began taking items.

Mutaser Ramadan, the business owner, responded to the scene and said that they would need to take inventory to discover exactly what was taken.