One of downtown Albany's newest businesses became a target of burglars over the weekend.
A man broke in the back door of the Downtown Fresh Market at 106 North Washington Street Sunday about noon.
The man took two money bags containing an undetermined amount of money.
Business owners say the entire incident was caught on surveillance video, and the burglar fled when one of the owners drove up to the front of the store.
The Downtown Fresh Market was opened April 29th.
Around 4:30 Monday morning, Albany Police were called to the Mediacom office at the 1200 of Greenvale Drive. Someone kicked in the front door of the building. But nothing was taken.
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