MEDFORD, Ore. — Police are looking for the people who broke into the Habitat for Humanity building on Wednesday night in Medford.
There are pictures of the robbers inside the building. Investigators say 3 laptops and a desktop computer were stolen. Habitat says the computers taken did not have any donor information or financial information. They were construction computers used for planning Habitat homes.
“They took tools. They took some really nice cameras they had for sale. They took a computer module for a pump that we had for sale so they knew exactly what they were looking for and they went directly for the high ticket items,” said Sarah Primerano, of Habitat for Humanity.
The burglars broke a window in a roll up door and got inside the building. They stole an estimated 500 dollars’ worth of merchandise. No one was in the building when the break in occurred.