Thieves hit Harley-Davidson store twice

Surveillance cameras rolling on break-in

By Jennifer Bauer - Reporter

KINGWOOD, Texas - Surveillance cameras catch thieves breaking into a Kingwood Harley-Davidson store on two separate occasions.

On July 15, video showed a silver SUV pull up to the front of the store. Three men got out and workers said they smashed the glass on one of the front doors to get in.

It all happened after hours when the store, located at 111 Northpines Drive, was closed.

"They were in the store for less than two minutes," said Dustin Hasselgren, one of the employees. "The items that were that stolen were leather goods, chaps and jackets. A little over $5,000 worth."

Thieves hit the store last month, too. Surveillance cameras captured a white car pull up and only one man get out, but workers are sure the two break-ins are connected.

"Same situation. They broke the glass and stole women's clothing goods about $5,000 worth," said Hasselgren.

Hasselgren said the two burglaries happened at the same time and exactly the same way. Even though the surveillance cameras didn't capture much, they're hoping someone will recognize the vehicles and call the Houston Police or Crimestoppers at 713-222-TIPS with information.

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