Milan Police are investigating another burglary on 10th Avenue, the sixth in the past ten days.
"There are some similarities in a lot of things that lead us to believe it's the same person or persons," says Chris George, detective for Milan Police Department.
Overnight, Meatheads Market got robbed for the second time in the past couple of weeks.
And the thieves are hitting everything along the popular road - from the Milan Martial Arts Center to Pizza Joynt.
Milan Police say none of the businesses had security cameras, so they're still on the lookout for who is responsible.
"I really didn't expect it to keep happening over and over again," says Paula Gunther, a salon owner. "It's running me into the thousands of dollars in security prevention I've been putting in."
Gunther is one of the business owners dealing with the recent break-ins.
"We don't leave cash here," she says. "We don't leave our credit card tablet here overnight, there's absolutely nothing of value that they could possibly want here."
She says because of it all, she's had her insurance go up and is paying more than $3,000 for security features.
"Now I'm replacing all my windows with unbreakable glass," she adds. "I've added more security lighting and I'm looking into cameras to see if we can get a picture of them."
"For the people who own the businesses or the people who live around the area, they know which people are supposed to be in the neighborhood," George says. "We're looking for anyone who sticks out, hearing weird noises, see anyone when they're letting their dog out."
If you have any information about the burglaries, you're asked to call Milan police at 309-787-8520.
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