Break in at doctor's office, customer records removed | Crime
Instead of stealing glasses, Jonesboro police say whoever broke into a local vision care office had their eyes on the customers’ personal records.
Around 11 p.m. Monday police responded to an alarm at Invision Eye Care, 2704 Alexander Dr.
A large rock was used to break out the glass front door, according to Officer Joe Robinson’s initial police report.
After clearing the business, Dr. Stacey Raines said the only things that appeared to be out of place were the personal files of their customers, according to the report.
She told the officer she would be unable to know if any of the files were missing until Tuesday.
Raines said she would “check the files with her records to see which ones were missing and contact” the police department.
Raines told Robinson she did not notice any other items missing from the business.
Officer Robinson took photos of the scene and collected “several file folders that had obviously been removed from the files by the suspect(s).” The folders were submitted into evidence for processing.
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