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2 broke into sorority house and stole snacks, NC State University police say

Men broke into sorority house, NC State University cops say

NC State University police are investigating after officers said two college-aged men went into the Kappa Delta sorority house, stole snacks and ran out, as reported by our news partner ABC11.
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NC State University police are investigating after officers said two college-aged men went into the Kappa Delta sorority house, stole snacks and ran out, as reported by our news partner ABC11.

Police want to identify two men they say stole snacks during an early-morning break-in at a North Carolina sorority house.

Two men at about 2:55 a.m. Wednesday entered the Kappa Delta house on Greek Village Drive in Raleigh, according to a Facebook post from N.C. State University police. The men took “several snack food items” before being confronted and running away, the post said.

“The white males were described as being college age, average build, one was wearing a lime green shirt, the other a white t-shirt, and both wearing shorts,” police said.

Anyone with information is asked to call campus police at 919-515-3000.

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