MADISON, Wis. - Police are investigating an after-hours burglary at a north Madison bank early Thursday.
Madison police said officers were sent to an alarm activation at the UW Credit Union on Northport Drive just after 3 a.m. and discovered a rear glass door had been shattered by a rock.
According to the report, drawers in the teller area and in an office had been pulled open, but an employee -- who arrived at the scene -- didn't believe anything had been stolen.
A bank manager is expected to do a complete inventory Thursday, the report said.
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