Someone used a hole created by an October burglary to break in Marco's Pizza over the weekend — twice.
The thief broke into a vacant storefront in the Cherry Road complex and used an opening in the back wall created by another break-in to get into Marco's Pizza, located at 2349 N. Cherry Road, Saturday morning and again later in the weekend, according to a Rock Hill police report.
These break-ins could be connected to the incident a couple months ago, police said.
In October, a thief made off with $1,300 and beer after breaking through an interior wall between the pizza shop and another business. That hole had been covered with a board, reports said.
The unknown thief broke into the manager's office between 1 and 10 a.m. Saturday and stole $1,181. The suspect also made off with $200 that had been hidden in a pizza box, the report said.
The thief entered the store again through the same hole sometime between 10:30 p.m. Saturday and 11 a.m. Sunday and stole the 37-inch plasma TV, a CD player, CDs and four cases of beer, reports said.