MARBLE FALLS, Texas (KXAN) - A string of burglaries has some people in Marble Falls worried. The latest break-in Sunday night offered some clues as to who may be behind the crimes.
When Vivian Goble pulled into work Monday morning she discover her store had been broken into. It was all caught on video.
"He had broke the glass...came over the counter, grabbed some cigarettes and he came down," said Goble as she looked at the surveillance video. "He saw where there was a little bit of change down here...then he walked over here, grabbed some tickets went out the window and he ran."
After shaking off some nerves she counted what was missing.
"There was about $312 in cash and $105 in lottery tickets," she said. "Plus they took like five packs of cigarettes."
The video helped provide more clues about the man.
"He was wearing a jacket, he wore gloves," said Goble. "He had a lime green flat bill cap he had a blue bandana around his face."
Police say this is the fourth burglary within the last two weeks. A hardware store and a plumbing supply store were burglarized of a few hundred in cash and tools, and the city's Boys and Girls Club got hit too.
"We believe that more than one person responsible for those three burglaries," said Captain Glenn Hanson with Marble Falls Police. "Don't' know yet if they are related to this one, but it may be."
In the mean time, Goble was replacing her broken window, hoping the guy starring in her video will soon be caught.
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