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Breaking and entering is a physically demanding job for some.

After Chad Lee Mays, the owner of a tire shop in Charleston, West Virginia, allegedly forced his way into a business next door, he returned to his office and took a nap.

According to a media report, Mays broke into a veterinarian's office, stole an undisclosed amount of cash, office equipment, and vials of veterinary drugs and then returned to his store to sleep.

Later, officers investigating the pet clinic robbery knocked on Mays' door to ask if he had heard or seen anything during the break-in. The 26-year-old man reportedly was roused from his sleep by the knocking and told police that he'd heard the business's alarm go off but did not see anything.

Mays then told the officer that he had to use the restroom and walked away. The police officer looked into the room and saw a computer that looked similar to the one reported stolen from the clinic, the report said. Police searched Mays and found cash and vials of drugs in his pockets. He is currently in the South Central Regional Jail in Charleston on a breaking-and-entering charge.
 
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