A Family Video in Bloomington was in a pickle Saturday morning. A man stole money out the register, PlayStation 4 games and three bagged pickles, Bloomington Police Department Sgt. Shane Rasche said.
Rasche said security camera footage around 7 a.m. showed a man coming in through a backdoor of the Family Video on South Walnut Street.
The man took three bagged pickles out of the cooler before going behind the counter and getting the $264 in the cash register out. The value of the stolen pickles was $6.
She reported ten PlayStation 4 games were missing as well, including a few from the Assassin's Creed series and Attack on Titan. The games amount to an estimated $450, Rasche said.
The employee told police she doesn’t usually check if the back door is locked because people don’t use it. She also told police she thought she set the alarm before leaving.
Security footage from a nearby business showed a man riding a bike down an alley behind the business and getting off his bike near the back door of Family Video a few minutes before the burglary.
Rasche said police don’t have a suspect yet but are investigating the incident.
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