SHELBYVILLE, Ind. (WISH) - Shelbyville police are looking into multiple recent burglary and theft reports.
24-Hour News 8 news partner The Shelbyville News reports Sanders Jewelry Store, 16 S. Harrison St., was broken into and watches in a display case were stolen Saturday.
A car window was smashed while parked at Indiana Grand Casino and another at the Shelby County Sheriff's Department's shooting range.
Wilbur W. Hardesty, 27, and Matthew R. Gosman, 30, both of North Vernon, were arrested for attempting to steal spent bullet casing, worth $1,000 from the shooting range.
Electronics were also stolen from a trooper's vehicle last weekend.
Police say the best way to prevent a break-in is to lock doors and keep home blinds closed.
Anyone with information on the Sanders Jewelry Store burglary is asked to call the Shelbyville Police Department at (317) 392-5106.
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