GRAND ISLAND, Ne. — Grand Island police are investigating two burglaries that might be connected to each other.  

According to police, Aurora Cooperative Animal Nutrition employees reported Sunday night their office had been ransacked. 

Authorities said that the burglar entered the building using a crow bar. Police reported that about $1,500 worth of items were stolen from the store.

Officials said an attempted burglary at Jack’s Tire Service occurred during the weekend. The burglar reportedly tried to pry the back door open. The business reported that the burglar caused an estimated $2,500 in damages.

Police said they are looking into the possibility of these two burglaries being connected due to the method of entry but there isn’t enough evidence to confirm that at this time. 

Both of these cases are still under investigation and police are still looking at surveillance videos.