Food Brokerage Services suffers break-in and robbery at its South Street location; Police retrieve a stone inside building as part of investigation

A quantity of food items and money was recently stolen from Food Brokerage
Services Limited, and the Police continue to investigate this incident of
building break-in and larceny.
A report of the break-in was made to the police by the
proprietor of the South Street business. 
Reports say that officers from the Criminal Investigations Department (CID)
went to the scene, where it was discovered that the intruders had gained
entry through a southern burglar-barred glass window. 
Apparently, they had used an implement to cut open the locks on the burglar
bar and then used a hard object to break the glass.
After entry was gained, the perpetrators stole a number of food items and an
undisclosed sum of cash from two cash registers – and also removed one
Reportedly, a search was carried out in the surrounding areas for the stolen
items, but without success. However, the police discovered a stone inside the
building and it was retrieved and taken to St. John’s Police Station for
investigation purposes. 

This offence is alleged to have occurred sometime between 12:30 a.m. and 6
a.m. on May13.