Burglars smashed through the back wall of an east Albany building and stole a commercial refrigerator.
Marvin Frazier found this hole in the rear wall of his Clark Avenue Cafe building in the 12-hundred block of Clark Avenue yesterday.
It was a longtime family business but is now closed... and the building is for sale.
Frazier says thieves keep breaking into the building or striping the air conditioner.
"It ain't nothing there, back there, worth stealing," Frazier said. "Not to be going to knock a hole in the wall. Like I said, it was somebody knew what was in there. And they wanted it."
Frazier said the stolen commercial refrigerator was worth about one thousand dollars.
If you have any information about this burglary, call CRIMESTOPPERS at 436-TIPS.
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