Deli burglarized in SE Portland, police searching for suspect

 

Police responded to a burglarized deli in southeast Portland Wednesday morning and found a glass door smashed but no suspect.

Officers were informed around 4:30 a.m. that a security alarm went off at the Happy Deli at 2602 Southeast 162nd Avenue.

Burglary alarm at the Happy Deli, 2602 SE 162 turned out to be a burglary. Rock through window. Suspect was not located pic.twitter.com/5exxv81NHI— PPB East Precinct (@ppbeast) October 25, 2017

When they arrived at the scene, police said a rock was thrown through a door. Broken glass could be seen on the floor of the deli.

Happy Deli on SE 162nd broken into this morning.#fox12oregon pic.twitter.com/ReR6DXaFnL— Marilyn Deutsch (@marilyndeutsch) October 25, 2017
Glass all over carpet at Happy Deli after morning burglary. #fox12oregon pic.twitter.com/UYcykPNJig— Marilyn Deutsch (@marilyndeutsch) October 25, 2017

The deli wasn't open at the time of the break-in.

Security footage shot at the deli shows a suspect caught on camera, but no one was located by officers.

Caught on camera suspect in Deli break-in #fox12oregon pic.twitter.com/8rpUL109vO— Marilyn Deutsch (@marilyndeutsch) October 25, 2017

It is unclear if anything was taken, but no money was stolen since none is left in the deli when it is closed.

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