Thieves clean out doctor's office | Crime
Jonesboro police say someone used a “housekeeping code” to deactivate an doctor’s office alarm and stole several laptop computers and a safe.
According to the initial police report, the burglary happened sometime Tuesday night at the NEA Clinic located at 3003 Apache Dr.
The office manager said 4 laptop computers, as well as a safe containing nearly $2,000 in cash and checks, were taken.
During the investigation, Officer Chris Perry reported finding a pair of gloves on the southeast side of the building and the window beside the south door was broken out.
According to the alarm company, Advantage Security, all of the employees had left the building by 6:09 p.m. Tuesday. At 6:45 p.m. a housekeeping crew deactivated the alarm, then reset it nearly two hours later at 8:38 p.m.
Officer Perry reported someone using the “housekeeping code” deactivated the alarm at 10 p.m. It was never turned back on.