PA restoration business burglarized

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GREENSBURG, PA — SERVPRO of Greensburg was broken into in mid-November, with burglars stealing approximately $1,500 of equipment, according to an article from CBS Pittsburg.

This is the second time the disaster restoration company has been burglarized. The first time more than $9,000 worth of equipment was taken, SERVPRO of Greensburg owner, Jim Wood, said in the article.

The two men responsible for the burglary were captured on video taking specific equipment, signaling that they likely knew the industry.

“Everything was dead bolted, but if you have enough will you can get through these things,” Wood said. “They knew what they were doing they took Milwaukee Sawzalls, DeWalt drills and a little bit of building materials.”

The search for the burglars is still on.

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