Nicholasville Police say the burglaries happened quickly. Five businesses were burglarized in one night.
The businesses that were burglarized include Enterprise Rent-a-Car, Pit Stop, Pops Pawn, Little Caesars Pizza, and Rent-a-Center.
"All the front doors had been smashed in, the glass doors to the businesses. Several of the businesses had cash registers stolen. Some of them had TVs," says Sergeant Scott Harvey with Nicholasville Police.
A 60-inch TV was taken from Rent-a-Center. It took the man burglarizing the store only 50 seconds to throw a rock through the door, unhook the TV and carry it out. He's caught on camera leaving the store.
Nicholasville Police say the people responsible are also caught on camera at the business called Pit Stop. You can literally see the man break into the front door with a hammer, then make off with the cash register.
Police say not only can you see the man, dressed in blue basketball shorts and a hoodie break through the door, you see the two people with him.
Police released the following descriptions for the three people:
1. Small (possible female) wearing a white hat, black coat with a white fur trimmed hood, gloves, black pants with white shoes.
2. Large build male, 6’0” wearing a white hoodie, blue basketball shorts, light colored tennis shoes, some kind of face covering and gloves. They believe he is between 180-190 pounds with sandy blonde hair and a mustache.
3. Unknown sex, wearing gray pants with a stripe down the side and a green coat with hood.
"It's either a female or a thin male. It's definitely a smaller framed person," Sgt. Scott Harvey says of the third person involved.
The three people leave in a dark blue 2007 Chrysler Aspen, which police say was stolen out of Georgetown in late November. The license plate number is 4090CM.
Police are asking anyone with any information contact the Nicholasville Police Department at 859-885-9467.
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