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Another break-in at Abilities Unlimited caught on camera

JONESBORO, AR (KAIT) -

Police are searching for a suspect after a Jonesboro charity was broken into.

Jonesboro police were called to Abilities Unlimited, 410 West Huntington St., because of another theft and break in.

According to an incident report, Officer Susan Gray spoke with an employee who said that when she came to work Wednesday morning she found the door to the drop-off building had been broken off and clothing was all over the ground. 

The employee said  when she went back to check the surveillance video, she found footage of an unknown man breaking the door off of the back of the locked storage building and then going through the items and clothing inside the building. 

After Officer Gray viewed the same video and confirmed the suspect was a middle-aged, slender, black man wearing a dark green or black jersey with the number 91 on it.

Police are trying to get the video for further investigation.

Another set of thieves were caught on video stealing from Abilities Unlimited in July. 

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