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Published 6/10/2020
10:33pm

Cone Zone Was Closed Wednesday After Being Broken Into, Vandalized

Date of Reopen Uncertain

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Kelly Kline

Owosso's beloved Prescott's Cone Zone was closed on Wednesday after an apparent overnight attempted burglary.  Kelly Kline (Prescott) shared the image above and wrote in a Facebook post:

"We are saddened to report that Cone Zone was broken into and vandalized in an attempted burglary last night.

We will be closed today, June 10, for cleanup. We aren’t sure yet when we’ll be able to reopen. We’re still assessing the situation. We appreciate your patience while we figure this out. 

Thank you for your love and support. We hope to see you again very soon! 

If you have any information on the person/people responsible please contact me."

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This is not the first incident of vandalism the popular ice cream shop has faced just this season.  Last month, the first night the shop was open, someone spray painted graffiti a newly installed vinyl sign.  The sign was hung to direct customers through the drive thru while the walk-up window and outdoor seating was closed due to COVID-19 restrictions.

Agnew Graphics of Owosso produced the sign and after the vandalism, Cory Agnew returned to Cone Zone and was able to clean the sign.

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