Theft suspect accused of stealing stamping dies

Colin Jenkins accused of theft in Clark County. (Photo/Clark County Sheriff's Office)
Colin Jenkins accused of theft in Clark County. (Photo/Clark County Sheriff's Office)

SPRINGFIELD, Ohio (WDTN) – A 27-year-old Springfield man is being accused of scrapping more than $50,000 in stolen stamping dies from a Clark County business.

Colin Jenkins was arrested Wednesday on charges of breaking and entering as well as receiving stolen property after Clark County sheriff’s investigators questioned him.

An employee at the Kreider Corporation called deputies saying several dies worth $250,000 were missing.

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