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CAUGHT ON CAMERA: 19 Kingwood businesses burglarized in one night, owners say

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KINGWOOD, Texas – Several business owners in the Kingwood community say they’re frustrated after 19 businesses were reportedly broken into in the early hours of Saturday morning.

“They spent an hour and a half to two hours up our Main boulevard in Kingwood just vandalizing and burglarizing many businesses,” RC Gallegos said.

Business owners say the suspects went from one Kingwood business to the next in the dead of night.

RC’s Pizza is one of at least 19 businesses that was broken into on Saturday.

Security cameras captured a man breaking into the popular pizza shop just after 4 a.m.

“They didn’t get any cash from us,” owner RC Gallegos said. “We don’t keep cash in the drawers.”

RC says this is not the first time his business has been hit.

“So, we’ve been here at this location in Kingwood for 15 years, and honestly we’ve been broken into six different times,” he said.

“So, we’ve been here at this location in Kingwood for 15 years, and honestly we’ve been broken into six different times,” he said.

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