(KMOV.com) – Police are investigating burglaries at two south St. Louis businesses where front windows in both locations were smashed to pieces.
The first burglary was reported around 3:52 a.m. Tuesday morning at a Radio Shack in the 3500 block of Bamberger Avenue. The manager of the store arrived on the scene and found that the glass in the front door had been smashed with a brick.
The second burglary happened around 5:59 a.m. at an AT&T store in the 5400 block of Chippewa. Officers responded to the store after an alarm was activated. When they arrived, they found that a window on the front of the business had been smashed. No suspects were found inside.
Police have not said if these incidents are related.
It's not known what or if anything was stolen from either location.
Surveillance video at the Radio Shack store showed three men breaking in. One suspect is described as a black male, 150 to 160 pounds, wearing a white t-shirt, white gym shorts, white shoes and a black t-shirt tied over his head.
Another suspect was described as a man of unknown race wearing a black t-shirt, dark pants, dark-colored shoes and a grey shirt tied over his head.
The last suspect is also a man of unknown race, 115 to 125 pounds and a thin build. During the burglary he was wearing a black tank top shirt, black and white windbreaker style pants, dark-colored shoes, an orange and blue hat and a red bandana over his face.
Anyone with information about the burglaries or suspects is asked to call police.