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Midland authorities searching for person who stole 32 cell phones

(Source: Raycom Media) (Source: Raycom Media)
MIDLAND COUNTY, TX (KWES) -

Midland authorities are on the lookout for someone who made off with more phones than they could hope to use.

Back on Oct. 20 in the 10000 block of County Road 60.

Someone broke into a business' server room and made off with two boxes of phones.

Inside those boxes were, 32 Galaxy Note 5 cell phones worth an estimated $25,000.

If you know anything about this burglary, you can call Midland Crime Stoppers at (432) 694-TIPS.

You could earn yourself a cash reward.

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