GRAFTON – Burglaries to cars and at least one business took place in Grafton overnight, and a gun and cash may have been stolen.
Worth county sheriff Dan Fank tells NIT that “Gobler’s Roost got broke into and several cars got went through.”
Gobler’s Roost general manager Micky Scott tells NIT, “I left Gobbler’s Roost at 11pm Thursday night and received a phone call before 8am that my front door was bashed in. I called Worth County Sheriff and they met my Father and myself at the restaurant. The burglars got a few hundred dollars out of the register. The burglars also broke into a few automobiles in the area with the main item taken was a gun.”
Anyone with information that might help catch the alleged criminal(s) should call their local law enforcement agency.
Photos courtesy of Gobler’s Roost owner Micky Scott: