Another theft recorded at the Urban League of Palm Beach County

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. - Hard luck continues to plague the Urban League of Palm Beach County.

The group has reported another break-in.

The latest theft happened Wednesday night, according to Urban League Vice President of Development & Communication Kate Alvarado.

She said a TV monitor and laptop were taken from the lobby.

"This is equipment that's used to help struggling families in the community and we're frustrated that this keep happening. This is impacting the community that we serve," Alvarado said.

The organization said it had just replaced a glass door from the last break-in and removed wood used to board up the door.

Alvarado said that the suspect, who was captured on video, covered his face with a towel or shirt.

She says this is the fourth break-in in the past seven weeks.

The group recently added security lighting to the outside of the building.