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Burglary at Rotterdam medical practice investigated

Burglary at Rotterdam medical practice investigated

An employee arriving for work discovered the break-in, police say
Burglary at Rotterdam medical practice investigated
CapitalCare in Rotterdam Wednesday
Photographer: MARC SCHULTZ/DAILY GAZETTE PHOTOGRAPHER

ROTTERDAM -- Police were at the scene Wednesday morning of a burglary at a Rotterdam medical practice.

An employee at CapitalCare Family Practice, 1667 Elizabeth St., arrived for work Wednesday and found a window broken out, apparently with a rock, Rotterdam police Lt. William Male said.

The call came in at about 6:40 a.m. Detectives were searching the building to determine what, if anything, is missing. Some items that may be of value to a burglar at a medical practice, like medications, were in a secure area of the building that at first glance did not appear to be disturbed, Male said.

Community Care issued a statement later indicating there was no information that any individual accessed space beyond the waiting room. "All patient information is secure," their statement read.

Investigators continued their investigation through the morning.

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