|By Jennifer Rios, San Angelo Standard-Times, Texas|
|McClatchy-Tribune Information Services|
Both buildings, broken into early Thursday morning, are in the 3400 block of
Stacey said the frames taken from his shop were valued at about
A fitness business between the two locations was not broken into.
Stacey said police believe the break-in started at Farmers, where someone appeared to rifle through drawers.
Motion detectors in Stacey's business went off and likely deterred the person, or people, from taking more than they did. One pair of glasses was found outside the door -- likely dropped as they fled.
Freeman said the businesses deposits money from its registers daily, so no money was taken.
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