Thieves broke and entered Cain's Veterinary Clinic at Big Bend about two weeks ago, according to Dr. Joe Cain.

State Police have not released a list of items stolen from the business, although Sgt. Jeff Skidmore confirmed the incident Tuesday.

The theft appears to be one of many involving stolen goods that seems to be increasing in the county.

The culprits entered the clinic by prying a garage door open during the late night or early morning hours on May 6th, taking a safe that contained cash, checks and controlled drugs.

Dr. Cain indicated a number of items are missing from the clinic, including a purse belonging to Dr. Daniel Cain's wife.

The heist could involve several thousand dollars.

Although the State Police does not release public information regarding breaking and enterings or stolen items, Sgt. Skidmore did tell the Herald a number of ATVs have been stolen in the past month, possibly eight to ten in the region.

Police did not release names of the affected parties or what locations the thefts occurred.

A number of people have contacted the Herald saying they have property missing and reporting gasoline stolen.

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