by: Sara Whaley Updated:
TULSA, Okla. - Quick facts:
- A business in midtown Tulsa's Pearl District is reaching out to the community for help after a break-in Monday night.
- Surveillance video shows a man throwing a brick through the window of the Freeway Café near 3rd and Trenton around 10 p.m., just after employees left.
- The video shows the suspect grab the cash register from the restaurant and climb back out the window before nonchalantly walking away.
- The manager says the suspect only got 45 cents, because they empty the register every night, but it still is costing them, because the register costs $800 to replace and they will have to make repairs to the widow.
- The manager says it’s frustrating, and he hopes this crime will bring more police to patrol the area.
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