Who'd have thought that a library would be the target of experienced thieves?
According to the Winnipeg Sun, The Red River North Regional Library in Selkirk was the scene of a well-planned break and enter July 16.
Thieves gained access to the building by scaling the wall, removing the air conditioner from the roof, climbing through the vent and dropping 12 feet into the washroom without setting off the motion detector.
The brazen robbers made off with a 32-inch flat screen T.V. and a 100-pound safe, which were both hoisted back up the roof and down the outside.