Golf pro shop heist in Danville caught on camera

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DANVILLE, Ind. (Apr. 22, 2015) -- Surveillance video caught two criminals breaking in to the same golf course pro-shop. The thefts happened last Friday and Sunday at Twin Bridges Golf Course in Danville. Even though the crimes happened with in two days of each other, police don't think the two are even connected.

Out of the two times Twin Bridges was hit, Friday seems to be the more brazen one since it happened during normal business hours. The surveillance camera right over the front door caught the guy waiting until nobody was around before stealing some pricey clubs. Head golf pro Brett Fagen seems to think he knew exactly what he wanted.

"Majority Titleist golf clubs, couple Callaway, TaylorMade. a majority of it though was Titleist, the new 915 metals," Fagen said.

Sunday night, Twin Bridges was hit again. A surveillance camera attached to the office computer caught at least one man rummaging through Fagen's office. At one point, the guy looks straight in to the lens before the camera goes over.

"I think they were here for more money, they stole a cash register and I believe four dozen balls and two drivers," Fagen said. "Luckily there was only $9 and change in the register."

Fagen said it's frustrating.

"You don't think many people would do these type of things and to have it done within 48 to 72 hours of each other is even more bizarre," Fagen added.

Police are carefully investigating these crimes and if you have any information, call the Danville Police Department at (317) 745-2486 or Central Indiana Crime Stoppers at (317) 262-TIPS (8477).

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