Burglary in Sturgeon Bay

A break in at a west side Sturgeon Bay business was discovered Sunday morning. An employee at Jim Olson Motors found vending machines in the front office/reception area were damaged. It also appeared that tools were taken from a tool box & used to crack open the vending machines. The employee said he knew something was wrong when he saw two computers had been left with pornography on them. He then noticed that three vending machines had been damaged, the smallest of which was overturned & smashed open. A number of tools, including a sledgehammer & a crow bar,were found strewn about the building. A canister that had been used for charitable donations was cleaned out, but other valuable items were left behind. A check of the building revealed a rear door with a defective lock that appeared to be the entry point. Since the vending machines were not owned by the business, it was difficult to quickly determine the total loss. Prior to leaving, the investigators took several items as evidence.

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