What a donut hole! Suspect accused of breaking into the same Dunkin' Donuts within hours

Source: Hendersonville police; MEGA

Jan. 12 2022, Published 11:22 a.m. ET

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An arrest with sprinkles.

A man in Tennessee is accused of breaking into the same Dunkin’ Donuts shop twice in the same morning. Now, police say, he’ll taste the sweet arm of justice.

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On Dec. 29, police in Hendersonville, Tennessee, responded to the shop for a burglary. Officers learned someone broke through the drive-thru window and took two cash registers, according to Hendersonville police.

Workers arrived at the business and heard the suspect leaving through the back.

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Investigators got surveillance and determined the suspect broke into the shop twice during the morning hours, according to Hendersonville police. The suspect was using a vehicle that was reported stolen from Goodlettsville, Tennessee, days earlier.

On Jan. 11, police say they arrested the suspect — 33-year-old Reagan M. Durocher. He was charged with two counts of burglary, one count of theft over $1,000 and one count of vandalism under $1,000.


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