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Durango pot shop reports break-in, but no theft

DURANGO – A medical marijuana dispensary in Durango says a person broke in last week but left without taking anything.

The owner of the Durango Healing Center says the break-in happened early on Halloween. The Durango Police Department reported that the dispensary was using a “dummy” camera that apparently spooked the burglar, who left without taking anything.

A security system was activated, but the suspect was gone by the time police arrived. A new city ordinance that went into effect Nov. 2 – after the burglary – requires marijuana dispensaries to have an alarm system with video surveillance. The new ordinance also requires dispensaries to place the marijuana in secure safes while the business is closed.

Information from: Durango Herald, http://www.durangoherald.com


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