Lancaster County authorities are investigating a rash of break-ins at farmers cooperatives.
The Associated Press reports the sheriff's office says at least five co-ops have been burglarized in the past two weeks.
In Raymond, someone broke into the co-op between Jan. 10 and 12 and stole $750 cash and caused $50 damage to the front door.
Other burglaries were reported last weekend at co-ops in Martell, Hallam, Denton and Roca. The front doors had been forced open in each case.
There were also break-ins at co-ops in Pickrell and Adams in neighboring Gage County.
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