Clothing store in Cleveland burglarized less than a day after reopening

Posted at 10:11 AM, May 16, 2020
and last updated 2020-05-16 10:11:25-04

CLEVELAND — Less than a day after reopening after having been closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, Cleveland Clothing Co. was burglarized by someone who broke into the store by throwing a brick through a window.

The store made the announcement on Instagram Saturday.

According to Cleveland Clothing Co., the burglar stole some women’s T-shirts but was caught minutes later by police.

“You can break glass, but you can’t break us,” the store said.

Most of the merchandise was recovered and is now quarantined.

Police haven't released any information regarding the burglary.

Cleveland Clothing Co. is located on the corner of East 4th Street and Euclid Avenue.

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