A rash of burglaries over a three-month stretch has baffled the Radcliff Police Department and put small business owners on edge.
Radcliff Police Chief Jeff Cross said at least 20 burglaries of multiple businesses has been the act of at least two people, possibly more.
Some of the businesses also have been burglarized multiple times.
One business owner said all three of his businesses have been hit with an estimated loss of about $16,000.
Vine Grove Police Chief Kenny Mattingly said a burglary at a home last month likely is connected to the Radcliff burglary spree.
The burglaries have come in stretches, police say where there may be a few in one night and none for several days.
Cross said it has been difficult to figure out where the next business to be burglarized would be. He said most of the businesses primarily have had cash stolen.
Cross said the majority of the businesses hit are having their door glass broken as entry points.
He said some of the businesses with alarms have scared off burglars. He said a rock will be thrown at a door or a crow bar is used and if an alarm sounds, there may only be a broken glass door and a rock in the area.
Anyone with any information on the burglaries is asked to contact the Radcliff Police Department at 270-351-4479.