A crew of fearless thieves recklessly robbed a Texas GameStop by busting a hole in the store's side.
A GameStop at 651 South Walnut Avenue in South New Braunfels, Texas, was broken into at approximately 2:30 a.m. yesterday. The mystery thieves plowed the back of a stolen truck into the side of the building at speeds fast enough to breaking through the brick wall and leave broken shards of the taillights on the ground. A local security guard heard the alarm, but found no one in the store and the car still running once he arrived, followed moments later by the police. The thieves have not been located and information on what items were stolen has not been released.
Sgt. Marcus Booth of the San Antonio Police Department told local news reporters, "We're going to try to keep a good eye on these sorts of stores that sell electronics and games and technology things. Unfortunately, they're very popular with burglars this time of year."