Police say two men broke into this IHOP at mile marker 50.5 in Marathon Sunday morning.
Police say two men broke into this IHOP at mile marker 50.5 in Marathon Sunday morning. Katie Atkins Keynoter
Police say two men broke into this IHOP at mile marker 50.5 in Marathon Sunday morning. Katie Atkins Keynoter

They were making and serving the burgers at IHOP. But they were crooks, not cooks

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