UPDATE: Rochester grocery store burglarized twice in one week

(ABC 6 News) — Rochester police got a burglary alarm call around 3:30 a.m. on Monday, November 15 for International Spice and Grocery store on East Center Street.

According to Rochester Police Captain Casey Moilanen, when officers got there they noticed the doors were secured. When the keyholder got there and let officers inside, they noticed someone had gone through the office again. It appeared as though someone was tampering with the deposit book in the office.

Capt. Moilanen said that when the same business was burglarized on Tuesday, Nov. 9, someone stole keys, which is how they most likely got in on the 15th.

The owner of the business had been planning to change the locks on November 15th. Police are still investigating.

Anyone with information should contact Rochester Police.

Previous story (Nov. 9):

(ABC 6 News) — Officers responded to a commercial burglary alarm early Tuesday morning at International Spices and Grocery.

According to Rochester Police Captain Casey Moilanen, the alarm went off just before 2 a.m. When officers got to the store, which is located on East Center Street, they noticed the back door of the business appeared to have been forced open.

The officers didn’t find anyone inside. The owners of the store came to the scene and went inside with officers to see if anything was missing. Capt. Moilanen said the door to the office had been forced open and it looked as though someone had gone through drawers. The owners are working on looking through everything and putting together a list of what may be missing.

Anyone with information should contact the Rochester Police Department.