By Bill Shields, WBZ-TVBy Bill Shields

BOSTON (CBS) – Linda Capillo doesn’t know why, after 23 years, her small convenience store on Congress Street is being targeted by thieves.

“After they came through the door, I put bars on it,” said Capillo. “Then, they start coming through the window.”

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In 23 years, she had never had a break-in at Congress Card & Tobacco on 230 Congress Street. But in the past month, there have been four. Each time, the thieves took nothing but cigarettes, scratch tickets and/or cash.

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Capillo isn’t pointing any fingers, but the breaks have coincided with the arrival of the Occupy Boston movement, with the notable exception being first break-in on Sept. 29, the day before the protests began.

WBZ-TV’s Bill Shields reports.

“I’d like to think it’s not Occupy Boston, because they represent the struggle of many of us,” said Carla Davis, one of Linda’s regulars.

Police are looking for these two men responsible for the first break-in on Sept. 29. (Photo Credit: Boston Police)

List of break-ins:

  • Sept. 29 at 12:41 a.m.
  • Oct. 9 at 3:30 a.m.
  • Oct. 11 at 12:40 a.m.
  • Oct. 25 at 5:00 a.m.
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Another customer, Bill Mahoney, doesn’t know what to make of it all.

“It does seem a little coincidental, but I hope it’s not them,” said Mahoney.

Linda just wants whoever is breaking in to stop.

“I need to pay my bills, and now my insurance will skyrocket, and I have a family to support,” said Capillo.

A spokesman for Occupy Boston said break-ins are the antithesis of what they’re about.

“We are against any kind of violence or vandalism,” said Alex Ingram. “Break-ins are not what we are all about.”

WBZ NewsRadio 1030’s Mike Macklin reports

Anyone with information is asked to call Boston police at (617) 343-4248.

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No one has been arrested or charged in the break-ins.