Police in Orange are looking for a thief with an apparent sweet tooth in one of three weekend burglaries of businesses in Orange.
An unknown person broke in to the Best Pawn Shop at 1202 16th Street at about 3:40 a.m. Saturday morning causing more than $2000 in damage to the front door but stealing nothing but candy according to a police report from the Orange Police Department.
Surveillance video caught a black male wearing dark blue and gray hooded jacket, blue pants, and white and black shoes using a "long object" to pry open the doors.
Once inside the man grabbed a candy machine immediately inside the door and fled with it according the report.
The burglar, who was inside the shop for less than two minutes, made off with a 3 bay candy machine valued at about $500 according to the report.
The machine held Skittles, M&M's and "tart" candy.
Police are also looking for a suspect in another weekend burglary.
At about 8:40 p.m. Saturday night a man wearing a dark colored jacket with a hood, dark colored pants, white gloves and dark colored shoes smashed the front door to Smart Wireless at 819 Strickland Dr. according to a report from the Orange Police Department.
Surveillance video showed the man unsuccessfully attempt to smash the door with a cinder block and then a few minutes later throw a manhole cover through the door.
The man the smashed open two glass display cases full of multiple mobile phones and tablets before placing them in a white trash bag.
A witness told police the man, who was only inside the store for a few minutes, fled in a white car.