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Car burglarized at Rose Rudman Park

Tyler police are on the scene of an auto burglary at Rose Rudman Park.

According to police, the suspects smashed the back window out of a vehicle and also managed to get into the trunk. Some items were taken from the vehicle.

KLTV has a crew heading to the scene and will have more information shortly.

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