KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Police are investigating after a well-organized burglary took place at a Ward Parkway office building Friday morning in Kansas City, Mo.
The building, located at 9229 Ward Parkway, suffered significant loss.
"There's some significant damage and apparent property loss," said Stacey Graves with the Kansas City Police Department. "We believe that the property that was taken was mostly electronics."
Graves said all three floors of the building were burglarized, leading police to believe the burglary took time and some organization.
"It appears that the suspects who committed this burglary -- to burglarize three stories and several offices within this building, it does appear that they were here for awhile," Graves said.
Graves added that police believe this burglary is connected to other burglaries that have taken place at businesses in Johnson County, Lee's Summit, Kansas City North and other areas of the Greater Kansas City.
"We do believe right now that this is part of a larger Kansas City metro-area burglary pattern," he said. "We have a group that's going out and burglarizing area businesses."