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A Downtown Wenatchee business is reeling from three break-ins in less than two weeks, causing some 15-thousand dollars in damage and prompting them to move.

Green Motion eBikes is the business in the heart of downtown Wenatchee. Kelly DeLong is the manager:

DeLong says they have several locations in mind, and may be in one of them by the end of the month. As for solving the crimes, though, DeLong says there hasn't been much headway:

And DeLong says concern is spreading among the businesses in her area, she says several owners have been around to look at the damage. Green Motion eBikes owner Aaron Wood says he doesn't mean to be critical of Wenatchee Police, but:

Wood and DeLong are looking for help, and have set up a “GoFundMe” page for anyone who wants to contribute; as of Thursday afternoon, about 15-hundred dollars had been raised.

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