Money, lotto tickets stolen during Plumb’s grocery store break-in

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ALPINE TOWNSHIP, Mich. — The Kent County Sheriff’s Department is searching for a woman who they say broke into an Alpine Township grocery store and stole money and lottery tickets.

Officials say the woman broke into Plumb’s, 1025 4 Mile Rd. NW, on the night of March 4.   The same night, she allegedly attempted to cash a stolen lottery ticket at a gas station on Michigan Street NE.

Deputies say the person of interest in surveillance photos is a black woman who was wearing a heavy tan jacket with fur around the edge of the hood, light-colored jeans, dark shoes and a black hat.

Anyone with information on this break-in is asked to call the Kent County Sheriff’s Department at 616-632-6357 or Silent Observer at 616-774-2345.

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  • TheFoundingFathers

    Only a black person would be stupid enough to steal something that has to be scanned into a computer to be worth anything. You should probably check the section 8 apartments nearby.