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ENID, Okla. – An Oklahoma business  is cleaning up after being targeted by thieves early Tuesday morning.

Authorities say they were called to Starr Lumber around 5 a.m. on Tuesday after someone tripped the company’s alarm.

When officers arrived, they found extensive damage at the front entrance of the business.

Courtesy: Enid News and Eagle

Courtesy: Enid News and Eagle

In fact, investigators say thieves drove their vehicle into the front of the building before stealing tools and other items.

According to the Enid News and Eagle, tire marks can be seen going more than 10 feet into the building.

Police are now searching for a pickup truck with significant rear-end damage.

Courtesy: Enid News and Eagle

Courtesy: Enid News and Eagle

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