NORWALK - Police say a similar pattern was used in a string of overnight burglaries in Norwalk.
The burglaries happened at two Dunkin' Donuts locations on North Main Street and West Avenue, as well as at the Dairy King on Main Street. Authorities say the locks on each of the stores were punched out.
Police say about $300 was taken from the North Main Street Dunkin' Donuts.
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John Ioannidis, of the family-owned Dairy King, says the ATM, cash register, game machines and a safe were emptied during the robbery.
Anyone with information about these robberies is urged to call 203-354-INFO.