David Williams III Four different local businesses

first_imgDavid Williams IIIFour different local businesses were broken into recently and Northport police believe one suspect is to blame.The business “Once and Again for Kids” has surveillance video of the break in. Although no on is in custody, police officials hope the video will help identify the suspect.“If anybody who knows that person needs to come forward and help the police out,” said Lisa McLeod, the owner of One and Again for Kids. “This is our local businesses. And businesses stay in business day to day and month to month and year to year and don’t necessarily have to renew a lease in Northport, Alabama. So the safer our community by somebody coming forward and catching a criminal the safer we all are.”The robberies took place March 20 and occurred over the span of four hours. All were located in a short pan on McFarland Boulevard in Northport.“From what we can tell it’s a black male in like coveralls, has his face covered using a wooden handled hammer or crowbar to bust out the glass in the doors and make entry into the businesses,” said Keith Carpenter, the Northport police assistant chief.If you have any information about the suspect or the crimes, call Northport police at (205) 339-6600.last_img read more