Tobacco Outlet Plus in Waukesha was burglarized early Friday morning, Jan. 24, Capt. Ron Oremus said.
Oremus said two men broke into the store, at 433 W. Sunset Drive, at 12:10 a.m. and video image shows them stealing boxes of cigarettes.
According to the police log, both had roller-type suitcases they came in with.
The store was closed at the time and the alarm company contacted police after the two men smashed through the front door.
Oremus said the individuals were out in less than two minutes.
The men were wearing black. Both were wearing hooded sweatshirts and one also had a knee-length jacket.
Oremus said the ages of the men are unknown.
The alarm company is attempting to capture a still photo to email the Waukesha Police Department to get a clearer look of the two men.
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