(KMTR) -- Tuesday morning when Carol Moore got to work, the front doors of her store had been broken into and someone had stolen more than $500 worth of merchandise.
Moore and her family have owned Put It On Athletics in Roseburg for 35 years and they're no strangers to burglary. Just about six months ago in a different break-in, they lost more than $2,000 worth of items.
On Monday night, thieves stole a large baseball backpack and stuffed it with hats, Nike socks and Under Armour pants.
Moore says they've done all they can and wish there was a solution.
"We just sit and just shake our heads, and the officers that take care of us, they just shake their heads," says Moore. "It's a hit and run, and by the time you get here, it's done, and over with, and forgotten," she added.
She thinks a suspicious man cased the store a day before, because some of the items stolen were items he had brought up to the counter but then buy anything. Since they can't prove it and because the man was so plain looking, she doesn't have a lot of hope he'll be caught.
Moore says she'd like to have better cameras installed, but surveillance systems are expensive. She hopes the store isn't targeted again, but if it is, she says she'll definitely invest in more security.