Police are reporting four Dairy Queens in four Texoma counties were broken into this week.
As of Saturday, police have not confirmed if these crimes are connected.
The Saint Jo Police Department obtained video surveillance footage of someone breaking into the Dairy Queen on South Broad Street. They said that break-in happened just before 1 a.m Friday morning. That person was able to get away with some cash.
Police said that suspect is believed to be a man around 6 feet tall, between 170-190 pounds, either white or mixed race. He was seen wearing a grey hoodie, blue jeans with a hole in the right knee and grey colored sneakers.
Clay County Sheriff Kenny Lemons said the Dairy Queen on East Omega St. in Henrietta was also broken into on Thursday. Sheriff Lemons said the suspect did get into the building but was scared off and did not steal anything.
Chief Justin Perron, with the Archer City Police Department, said the DQ in his town was also burglarized.
He said it happened early Tuesday morning on South Center Street. He could not confirm if any cash was taken.
A manager at the Dairy Queen in Olney said their store was also targeted on Tuesday. They said a suspect was able to get in the building, but could not get any money because it was all locked up.
Again, police have not confirmed if these crimes are connected.
If you have any information you are asked to contact Archer County Dispatch, the Clay County Sheriff's Office, Olney PD, or the Saint Jo PD.