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Multiple SLO County businesses report overnight break-ins

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Posted at 5:40 PM, Feb 23, 2021
and last updated 2021-02-24 02:47:21-05

Multiple businesses on the Central Coast were burglarized overnight.

Hoagies in Pismo Beach was broken into early in the morning of Feb. 23.

One of the co-owners of the restaurant said they received a call from the alarm company around 3:35 a.m. saying the front door had been breached. In the security camera video sent to KSBY by Hoagies, the burglars can be seen making their way to the backroom and quickly grabbing things before leaving.

The video of the break-in can be viewed on Hoagies' Facebook page. The business said in the post they are offering a reward to anyone who has any details or tips.

Pismo Beach Police say they don't know whether this incident is related to any other recent burglaries, but they tell us they are looking into it and speaking with other agencies.

Log Cabin Market in Arroyo Grande was also burglarized this morning. Arroyo Grande Police say they responded to a report around 3:45 the morning of Feb. 23.

AGPD says there is not much information known at this time, because it's still in the early stages of the investigation.

And alarms went off early in the morning on Feb. 23 at Dream Dinners, a meal preparation restaurant in Ferrini Square in San Luis Obispo.

Owner Lauren Persall says police came to the store but were unable to catch who had broken in.

"I'm a strong believer that a lot of people may be doing things right now that they would never do otherwise and they're getting pushed to a point of desperation that they have to do things they wouldn't normally do to survive. It's really terrible that we've come to this point for people and there's not better resources to help them,” Owner Lauren Persall said.

The damage was limited to some broken windows and glass on the store's back door.

Lockers in the back room of the store were ransacked as well.