Pulaski police are seeking a man who burglarized three Pulaski restaurants early Friday.
According to Officer Megan Jennings, Pulaski Police Department was notified of a possible break-in at Little Caesars on East Main Street just before 9 a.m. Friday. She indicated the restaurant’s door had been broken “likely in the very early morning hours.”
Responding officers discovered additional restaurants in Pulaski Plaza also had been burglarized, including Compadres and China Wall.
Video surveillance from one of the restaurants shows what police to believe a Hispanic male “rummaging through drawers in the checkout area,” according to Jennings. An undisclosed amount of money was taken in the break-ins.
A link to video surveillance footage obtained from one of the restaurants, and showing the suspect, can be accessed at www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=10152194688374665.
Anyone having information on the burglary, or who may know his identity, is asked to contact Pulaski police at 994-8680.