Police investigating break-in at cat café in NE Portland

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PORTLAND, OR (KPTV) – Police are investigating a break-in that happened at a cat café in northeast Portland early Sunday.  

The co-owner of Purrington’s Cat Lounge on Northeast Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard says the cat café was broken into Sunday morning. Portland police say the call came in just after 4:30 a.m. 

All the cats are safe and sound, but the café’s window was shattered. 

Police did not find anyone inside, and there’s no word if anything was taken.

The café was closed Sunday and will reopen on Tuesday.

Anyone who knows anything about the break-in is asked to call Portland police.

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