Police looking for suspects who broke into Edinburgh business to steal money, computer

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EDINBURGH, Ind. – Police are looking for a pair of thieves who burglarized a business in Edinburgh, stealing money and a computer.

According to the Johnson County Sheriff’s Office, the burglary was reported Monday at K&L Machining located at 6973 U.S. 31 in Edinburgh.

The owner said he arrived at the business and noticed a broken window. A Compaq computer was missing. Several doors in the building were open; someone had taken money from a “soda fund” in the refrigerator; money that should’ve been inside a drawer was also missing, although the thieves left the money bag behind.

Security footage showed a person entering the building through the broken window around 11:15 p.m. Sunday.

That person then opened the door to let another man inside. The first man drew a pistol and then both walked around and rummaged through the building.

Police released photos of the suspects and damage. Anyone with information should contact the Johnson County Sheriff’s Office.