Officers said the drive-thru window was broken out during the burglary.
Big Ed's Pizza is located on the 900 block of North Memorial Parkway.
HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF) -
Huntsville police are looking for the burglar responsible for
breaking into a restaurant early Wednesday morning.
Officers responded to an alarm call at Big Ed's Pizza on
North Memorial Parkway around 1:30 a.m. Police said they discovered that the
drive-thru window had been broken.
The owner arrived and told police that the 46" flat screen
television, along with a small amount of cash, had been taken.
Police said they have not developed any suspects yet and
this investigation is ongoing.
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