Lubbock Business Burglarized Just Hours After Grand Opening
A Lubbock business, Queens Cave, was the victim of a burglary just hours after its grand opening.
The owner, Liza Gomez, took to Facebook to share about her business being broken into and robbed just after it had opened for business. The business opened on Thursday, August 25th at 1808 Clovis Road in Lubbock. Gomez posted, "5 months after I get my store and the day of my grand opening, my store was robbed."
Surveillance footage shows multiple suspects stealing merchandise from the store and placing it in garbage bags. Gomez told KAMC News that the suspects stole thousands of dollars worth of clothing, purses, perfumes and shoes. They also took around $400 from the cash register.
Gomez said that she did not yet have insurance on her merchandise as the store had just opened. She also wants anyone to be on the lookout for anyone selling anything similar to the merchandise she carried. The business will remain closed until further notice.
Lubbock police say that the suspects broke the lock off of the front door by unknown means. They have yet to provide any additional updates on the case.
A Cash App link has been set up by Gomez for anyone who wishes to help her recover from this incident. Her handle is $LizaGomezSilva.
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