The Humane Society of Southern Arizona is asking for the general public’s assist in figuring out a person who broke into the group’s Tucson thrift retailer and stole donation cash, officers stated.
Shortly earlier than 1:30 a.m. on Jan. 23, a rock was thrown by means of the window of the Humane Society’s Thrift Retailer, 5311 E. Speedway Blvd., stated spokeswoman Vanessa Ford.
The suspect entered by means of the window and ran on to the shop’s entrance counter, breaking off the plastic donation bins and leaving with the money, which was collected to assist fund the development of the Humane Society’s new campus on West Roger Street, Ford stated.
The suspect was caught on surveillance video, and seems to be sporting camouflage pants and a white lengthy-sleeved shirt. He is believed to be between forty and 50-years-previous, Ford stated.
Though nothing else was stolen, authorities discovered injury to the donation drop-off entrance, main them to consider the suspect initially tried to get in that method, Ford stated.
Anybody with info is requested to name 88-CRIME.