This post was authored by Henri Gendreau ’16, Associate Managing Editor for the Collegian.
A person dressed in a black hoodie, mask and sporting gloves broke into the Village Market over the weekend, making off with $6,170.12 in cash, checks and change.
Video footage reveals that at approximately 4:30 a.m. on Saturday, May 10, an individual crow-barred the Market’s back doors and an inner door, according to Village Market Manager Tim Newton.
Newton said that when he came in on Saturday morning he noticed that “the door leading from the Deli was not locked” — it was ajar.
“As I was doing my rounds, checking things out, I noticed that cash and checks and change were missing,” he said. Continue reading