“He took some flower, he took a bunch of pre-rolls, and we had just purchased some other products like edibles and cartridges and stuff like that,” Stafford said.
He estimates thousands of dollars in product were stolen, and that doesn’t include the cost of replacing the window.
Stafford says he didn’t find out what happened until the police told him and his wife. Someone nearby saw the mess and contacted police.
“The motion sensors didn’t pick him up for some reason. We’re working with the security company to find out why the alarm didn’t go off,” he said.
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