CINCINNATI -- Three people were arrested Tuesday morning in connection with a robbery at Duke Energy facility.
Police say two men broke into and stole items from a Duke Energy facility in Springfield Township.
Afterward, they called a woman and asked her to pick them up from the site.
The group was arrested near Mills and Carter streets in Norwood, driving a silver Mazda SUV with Florida license plates.
No other information has been released at this time.
Initial reports from police indicated that four people had been arrested.
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