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Police: Man arrested in bagel shop break-in
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   Georgia Southern University Police arrested a man Wednesday they said was involved in a break-in at Einstein Brothers Bagels.
       Mark Twain Ball, 18, Centennial Place, was charged with criminal trespass, said GSU spokesman Paul Floeckher. Ball and two other men were found inside the business after hours, when the shop was closed, he said.
       The store manager left, then returned to retrieve something and spotted Ball and the other two walking around inside the building, he said. When they realized they had been seen, they fled.
       GSU Police reports state Ball and the other suspects entered through a common door between Centennial Place and Einstein Brothers, which was not locked after business hours, he said." From what we can determine, nothing was taken from the business. Two more individuals are being sought in the case.
       Anyone with information regarding the case is asked to contact GSU Police at 478-5234.

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