Police don't have any leads or suspects and haven't conducted any interviews in connection with Wednesday's break-in at Discount Drug Mart.
"It's a middle-of-the-night type of thing," Sgt. Jim Montana said Thursday.
Dispatchers received the report of an alarm activation from the business at 201 Cline St. at 12:50 a.m. Four officers responded to the alarm drop.
"I don't know of any damage," Montana said.
It's unknown if anything was stolen. No one was injured.
"We've collected some evidence. We're in the process of processing it," said Detective Sgt. Seth Fry, who declined to elaborate during an interview Wednesday.
Montana said he suspects the Discount Drug Mart break-in is connected to a recent series of similar crimes at businesses in plazas on the north side of Norwalk.
Anyone with information about the Discount Drug Mart case is encouraged to call the Norwalk Police Department at (419) 663-6780 or 668-3311.
"If you see anything strange at night, call us," Montana said.