MEDFORD, Ore. — Law enforcement has asked for information from the public after a thief broke into the Centennial Golf Club and stole thousands of dollars worth of clubs, according to the Jackson County Sheriff's Office.
Deputies responded around 3:30 a.m. on Tuesday morning after an alarm went off at the Centennial main building.
The thief broke a pane of glass on a door along the north side of the building, the Sheriff's Office said. Surveillance footage showed the person using a window punch tool to quickly shatter the glass before pushing it in and jumping through.
According to the Sheriff's Office, the thief was wearing a white over grey windbreaker jacket with the hood up, gloves, blue jeans and white athletic shoes.
Stolen in the break-in were 13 golf clubs estimated at about $4,500. The stolen clubs included eight Callaway Mavrik drivers, four Titleist drivers and one Ping driver.
"The suspect was in and out of the building in less than 20 seconds," the Sheriff's Office said. "He then ran north towards the Manor."
Anyone with information about the case is asked to call the Sheriff's Office dispatch at 541-776-7206, reference JCSO case #20-3130. The case remains is still under investigation.
Centennial Golf Course posted a link to the video of the break-in.
This is the second break-in to happen this month. The Southern Oregon Golf Shop on McAndrews was broken into on Saturday, February 1.
The Medford Police Department says 13 golf clubs were stolen. They are worth more than $4,000. Lt. Mike Budreau with the Medford Police Department believes both cases are connected.