Police investigating rash of burglaries targeting LSU Greek houses
BATON ROUGE - A handful of LSU fraternity and sorority houses were broken into over the weekend, according to university officials.
An LSU spokesperson tells WBRZ the burglaries targeted at least three different houses: Kappa Delta, Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Acacia. It's unclear if anything was stolen.
The university confirmed police were investigating the incidents but would say little else about the break-ins.
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