The Dodge County Sheriff’s Office said deputies responded at 12:48 a.m. to a breaking-and-entering complaint at the Shell gas station at 400 East Avenue in Lomira. An employee reported that the alarm was sounding, according to the report. The caller said another employee recently closed up for the night and returned to find the front glass doors shattered. That employee backed away and called 911. Deputies found that forced entry was made by breaking two sets of glass doors in the front of the store. Cigarettes, beef jerky and Green Bay Packers clothing was taken, the sheriff's office said. The burglars were gone before deputies arrived. The Dodge County Detective Division is investigating. The sheriff's office asked citizens to call the Dodge County Sheriff’s Office to report any information or tips in the case. Originally posted as Burglar steals beef jerky, Packers merchandise from Dodge County gas station