PULASKI CO., Va. -

Officers are searching for information about a man caught on surveillance video who they believe may be responsible for a string of break-ins at restaurants in Pulaski.

Officers from the Pulaski Police Department responded to a possible break in at Little Caesars on East Main Street just before 9 a.m. Friday. When officers arrived at the restaurant they found a broken door, which likely occurred in the very early morning hours.

Further investigation revealed that more restaurants nearby had been broken into, including Compadres and China Wall, both also located on East Main Street, according to police.

Officers obtained this surveillance video at one of the restaurants, showing a man going through drawers in the checkout area. He then left with an undisclosed amount of money.

If you have any information about the case or recognize the person in this video (originally posted on the Compadres of Pulaski Facebook page), you are asked to contact police at (540) 994-8680.