Police in Pleasanton are looking for the person or people who have been breaking into businesses in that city.

At least four businesses, located within close proximity of one another, were targeted early Sunday.

Wayne Sralla believes his bowling alley, Eagle Lanes, may have been the last stop in a series of break-ins that morning.

He said the burglar, at first, tried to pry his way into the business, in the 500 block of W. Bryant, through a side door, but a dead bolt lock stopped him.

"He tried to get in through the side door and he couldn't do it, so he came in through the front," he said. "Right through the front door, broke the glass, came in."

Once inside, the crook took a 32-inch flat-screen TV, two cash boxes and a Salvation Army donation box, Sralla said.

On the same morning, someone also broke into Taqueria Huentitan, a Mexican restaurant next door, and stole cash.

Two other businesses nearby, Cre8tive Designs on W. Goodwin Street, and Grandma’s Tacos on W. Hunt Street, also reported break-ins the same day.

However, in both of those cases, the crook left empty-handed.

At Sralla’s bowling alley, surveillance cameras captured images of the man who left the business owner with more than $800 in repair bills.

The somewhat grainy video shows a young man with a baseball cap pulled down toward his eyes unplugging the flat-screen TV.

It later shows him leaving the business the same way he got in — through a hole in the front door’s glass.

Sralla hopes the video might lead to some clues about the crook for police.

"Hopefully, that'll make a difference and they'll be able to catch this guy,” he said.

Anyone who has information on the burglaries or recognizes the man in the video is asked to call Atascosa County Crime Stoppers at 830-769-2255, or 830-769-CALL.

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