MEMPHIS, Tenn. – Memphis police are on the hunt for a burglar they believe broke into Tops BQQ in the summer and took cash from a safe and a soda before plunging through the ward window at the flying.
It happened last month, and it was all caught on the store’s surveillance cameras.
Memphis police have yet to say whether they believe the burglary wearing a black hoodie and black pants is linked to several other commercial burglaries in recent weeks.
According to police, on April 4 and March 25, a burglar dressed in black broke into Captain JJ Fish and Chicken on Covington Pike.
The first time, he broke the glass of the front door of the business to enter and took money from the tills.
The owner said he entered through a drive-up window during the second break-in and took several items from the restaurant.
Police believe the suspect is responsible for several other burglaries, including a burglary at Gordin’s Butcher Shoppe on Thomas Street also on March 25.
Police did not say how much money the burglar was able to get from businesses.
If you have information about any of these burglaries that may assist police, please call CrimeStoppers at 901-528-CASH.
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