ROCHESTER, Minn. -- A Rochester business had approximately $1,200 worth of cigarettes taken from it Saturday night.

Rochester Police officers responded around 11:50 p.m. to Tobacco Discounts for an alarm, officials said. Officers initially found no signs of forced entry but later found that some sort of pry tool had been used to force a door open.

When the store's manager arrived, police found that approximately $1,200 worth of cigarettes had been taken, as well as $700 in lottery money and $300 worth of items stored at the store but not for sale.