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LPD: Stolen SUV involved in Subway crash

Posted: Updated: March 20, 2013 11:25 AM CDT

Posted by: KLKN Newsroom
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Lincoln police say a stolen SUV was used to crash into a Subway restaurant in southeast Lincoln. It happened just before 2 a.m. Wednesday.  Police say a couple saw their 2003 silver Toyota Matrix driving away from their home.

About 20 minutes later, police say the same SUV was used to crash into the Subway at 84th and Highway 2.  Police say a surveillance video shows the SUV being positioned to ram into the restaurant.

Police say the suspects took a safe and some cash from the restaurant, and then drove away in the stolen vehicle.

Damage to the Subway is estimated at $10,000.  No one was injured.

The license plate for stolen Toyota Matrix is:  SSN 145

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