Bainbridge Public Safety is investigating several break-ins at local businesses occurring over the past few days.
In the most recent incident reported, Public Safety Officer Pat Bryant was dispatched to a tanning business called Catchin’ Rays, located at 600 E. Calhoun St. An employee reported that the business’ surveillance video showed two black males enter the rear of the store at approximately 2 a.m. on Monday, July 27.
The burglars were wearing t-shirts on their heads and opened the doors to the tanning booths. One of the suspects was wearing black gym shorts and black shoes, while the other was wearing white gym shorts with yellow and black stripes.
However, nothing was reported missing or damaged inside the business.
Break-ins were also reported within the last week at:
- Bonnie Blue House, 713 Calhoun St., reported Monday morning, July 27. Someone broke in through the back door and stole some bottles of beer and liquor.
- Cash Cow, 100 Calhoun Street, reported Monday morning, July 27. Someone broke in through a glass panel and stole cash.
Bainbridge Public Safety investigators are looking into leads in the break-ins and are asking for the public’s help to prevent any future break-ins.
“If anyone sees someone hanging out around businesses that are closed at night and appears suspicious, please call 911 or the police department at 248-2038,” BPS Investigator Chris Jordan said.
Other reported incidents
- July 27, 10:31 p.m., Captain David Cutchin responded to Boulevard Park, 402 S. Boulevard Drive, in reference to an allegation of rape.
- July 26, 6:37 a.m., Officer Ryan Deen dispatched to Memorial Hospital in reference to aggravated assault
- July 26, 9:28 a.m., Officer Jared Long responded to S. Sims Street in reference to domestic dispute involving a vehicle accident. Three traffic citations were issued for aggressive driving, failure to maintain lane and driving without license on person.
- July 25, 10:56 p.m., Officer Cody Vaughn and Officer Tim McCain were dispatched to 1201 E. Shotwell Street in reference to reckless driving that resulted in damage to a vehicle.
- July 25, 10:59 a.m., Officer Robert Day responded to 1800 block of Palmetto Street in reference to a burglary.
- July 24, 1:35 p.m., Officers received a report in reference to the theft of a table at the Masonic Lodge in Bainbridge, 512 E. Louise Street.