This photo shows the damage done in a burglary which was discovered last Sunday morning at Jason Holzapfel’s office building at 116 E. Second St. in downtown Wellston. A reward is being offered for information which leads to the arrest and conviction of the guilty person or persons. (Photo from Jason Holzapfel Facebook page)

This photo shows the damage done in a burglary which was discovered last Sunday morning at Jason Holzapfel’s office building at 116 E. Second St. in downtown Wellston. A reward is being offered for information which leads to the arrest and conviction of the guilty person or persons. (Photo from Jason Holzapfel Facebook page)

The Wellston Police Department (WPD) is investigating a burglary which occurred this past weekend at Jason Holzapfel's office located at 116 E. Second St. in downtown Wellston.

In a post on his Facebook page, Holzapfel reported he discovered the crime when he came to the office on Sunday morning, June 24. He posted that "someone broke into the abandoned pool hall next to me and busted through the wall into my office building."

A WPD spokesman confirmed that the unknown burglar or burglars entered the unsecured former site of King's Pool Hall on Second Street, then knocked a large hole through an adjoining wall to gain access to Holzapfel's office quarters. The spokesman said it was determined some items had been stolen, but the department was awaiting more information from Holzapfel.

Holzapfel is offering a maximum $500 reward for information which leads to the arrest and conviction of the guilty person or persons. He requests that anyone with information on the crime please call the Wellston Police Department at 740-384-2171.