To Hill Diner owner Denise Lane, it’s a pattern that’s all too frustratingly familiar.
When employees reported for duty at the diner Sunday, they found the cash register had been busted open.
Total take? Less than $10 according to Lane. The cash register was worth more, she said.
“For $10, they completely tore up my cash register,” she said. “That will cost more to replace than the amount of money they took out of it.” Lane said this was the fourth time in five to six years that this has happened to her. This time around however was even more frustrating because she recently had a motion detecting alarm system put in, but it never went off.