Armored Car Co. Break-In Raises Security Fears

An armored car company's offices were broken into, raising security fears, but the company said an inventory eventually showed nothing was taken.

A police report had said an unknown number of armored car uniform shirts and pants, along with gun belts and holsters, were taken in a burglary at Loomis Fargo & Co. (search) between 5 p.m. Monday and 8 a.m. Tuesday.

The report prompted police to warn businesses to pay attention to who was picking up their money, watching for any new faces and unusual pickup times.

But Mark Clark, a Loomis Fargo spokesman in Houston (search), said Thursday that an inventory determined that there were no uniforms missing.

"At the time the police came to investigate, we couldn't confirm there was nothing missing," Clark said.

He said Loomis officials were trying to contact police to let them know about the situation.

Calls to the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office (search) were not immediately returned.