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The Princeton Police Department is looking into three burglaries that happened in the city of Princeton last week.

To Be Continued Consignment Boutique and the Hillview Mobile Home Park office were two targeted businesses and numerous items were taken from each. An attempted entry was made at Le Soleil Tanning Salon.

Police chief Thomas Root said it is too early to tell if the burglaries are connected. There are no suspects right now and it is still under investigation.

Contact the Princeton Police Department at 815-872-2351 or Investigator John Shofner at 815-303-0903 if you have any information on the burglaries.