"Once inside, it seems like he had a plan. He moved very, very, quickly. It appears that he used our space to gain entrance into I-Tap," Jenn Tosatto, the bar manager at Mission Taco Joint, told 41 Action News.
At I-Tap, a safe was stolen.
"It’s someone who has come through the building and has scoped out the situation to know where certain things are. Going in blindly, I don’t think it’s a transient," Stretch said.
Each business cleaned up ahead of the lunch rush after getting served up a slice of misfortune.
"It is what it is—yeah for me—no one got hurt. My dad always told me inanimate objects, you can replace them," Stretch said.
A KCPD spokesperson told 41 Action News it’s too early to connect the cases in Crossroads to the Sundry case.
If you recognize the suspect or know anything about these break-ins, call KCPD or the KC Crimestoppers Hotline 816-474-TIPS (8477).