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Officers nab thieves after break-in at market

NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) -

Quick thinking by police officers foiled a break-in at a market on Murfreesboro Pike.

Police were on patrol on Murfreesboro Pike around 1 a.m. when they saw two guys running across the street with beer in hand.

The suspects appeared to be coming from the Oum El Nour Market. The problem was the market was closed.

Police noticed someone had smashed the store's window, immediately caught up with the guys and arrested them on theft charges.

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