In breaking news, Hinsdale Police are looking for help in identifying a suspect caught on camera attempting to break into a business in Hinsdale. The police did not provide any details as to where or when this happened in town.

In a video shared by the Hinsdale Police Department from their Facebook page, the suspect is shown using some type of large tool to gain entrance through the front doors. After several failed attempts, the suspect finally gave up and walked away.

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The suspect is dressed in all black or dark blue colors. Police are asking for your help in identifying the suspect. Here's the video from their Facebook page:

If you have any information that you think could be useful or helpful to the police in any way, please contact them at 413-655-0201. They thank you for your help in this matter.

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