Someone broke into the Bloomington Street Department early July 5 by shattering the glass front door. A supervisor arrived on scene that morning and immediately called police before going inside, according to Bloomington Police.
Police arrived at the Street Department building at 1981 S. Henderson Street and investigated the scene, but found no sign of the suspect.
BPD Sgt. Dana Cole said officers found a box of keys which had been rummaged through and as employees arrived they checked to see if any of the Street Department vehicles were missing.
A 2015 white, Chevrolet Colorado pickup truck was found to be stolen.
Other items stolen from the Street Department:
-A Thirty-One lunchbox which had tuna, protein shakes and condiments inside.
-A 64-ounce container of orange juice.
-A Gatorade water jug was also missing from the back of one truck.
Cole said police are working on obtaining video footage from the scene.
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