Police are responding to a breaking and entering alarm at the store at 3001 E. Michigan Avenue around 2:14am Tuesday. The police arrived to see several windows and jewelry cases smashed, with some jewelry stolen, but nothing else.

Police believe the suspect or suspects left in a vehicle. Police do not have a description of the vehicle at this time. They also tried to get a dog track but it was lost. Investigators are attempting to obtain surveillance camera footage of the burglary.

The burglary comes a day after the location was named as among 64 stores Kmart is closing in Mid-December across the US due to poor sales. Liquidation sales are set to begin on September 22nd.