STAMFORD, Conn. -- A thief walked away with an expensive liquor party sampler after a break-in at the ZaZa Gastrobar on Broad Street after 1 a.m. Thursday, police said.
Police said six tequila and vodka bottles worth an estimated $500 combined were stolen by a thief who forced open the establishment's back door.
The break-in was discovered when staff opened the establishment for business later on Thursday, police said.
A black male wearing a grey hoodie and shorts was seen on video wandering through the business, holding a flashlight, police said. He was seen leaving with a box that police believe contained the alcohol, police said.
Information on which vodka and tequila brands were stolen wasn't available.
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