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The logo appeared to depict a peppermint candy and possibly stated, "Mint Condition," police said.

Police in Berks County are investigating a string of burglaries targeting commercial businesses and say one of the thieves was shown on surveillance video wearing a T-shirt with a peppermint candy logo on the back.

Caernarvon Township police posted on the department’s website at least five businesses were broken into overnight from June 6 to June 7 and June 12 to June 13. The majority of the thefts occurred in Morgantown.

Store surveillance video caught the thieves in the act during one of the burglaries. One of the males shown in the footage is described as white and wearing a red T-shirt with the peppermint candy logo on the back.

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Police said there also is writing on the back of the T-shirt underneath the candy image, appearing to say, “Mint Condition,” and another word that isn’t legible. The thieves were seen getting into a dark green over tan older model Chevrolet Suburban, or similar vehicle, with a snowplow attachment on the front.

The thieves made off mostly with cash and electronics, according to a WFMZ-69 News report.

Anyone with information or recognizes the logo on the T-shirt is asked to call police at 610-286-1012.

Pamela Sroka-Holzmann may be reached at pholzmann@lehighvalleylive.com. Follow her on Twitter @pamholzmann. Find lehighvalleylive.com on Facebook.