- Associated Press - Wednesday, December 23, 2015

CINCINNATI (AP) - Police are searching for theft suspects they say were in a van that rammed through the front entrance of a downtown store in Cincinnati.

Police say four men emerged from the van that crashed through the entrance of the Saks Fifth Avenue store around 6 a.m. Wednesday before the store opened. No one was injured.

Officers say the unidentified suspects grabbed several items but police have not released information on exactly what was stolen or a total value estimate.

A police spokeswoman says investigators believe the suspects used a stolen vehicle to ram through the security gates and glass doors and then used a second vehicle as the get-away car.

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