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Police: Ohio teens broke into home for hot dogs

WILMINGTON, Ohio (AP) - Police in southwest Ohio say two apparently hungry teens broke into a home to have themselves some hot dogs.

The News Journal of Wilmington reports that homeowners arrived home Thursday to find a package of hot dogs lying out on the kitchen counter and their refrigerator door propped open. They told Clinton County sheriff's deputies they saw the two boys at the back door. Police say after the youths left, the homeowners noticed that a window screen had been removed.

Police say they later questioned the two youths, who said their only intent was to fix hot dogs. They each face a charge of burglary.

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