WTHR Channel 13 reports that the Indianapolis Metro Police are investigating a break-in at the Indiana Blood Center, which they found ransacked with a computer equipment missing, apparently taken by the intruders. So far, the IMPD has determined that someone broke a window glass by throwing a brick through it. A stronger safety glass, used in doors, such as tempered or laminated cannot be broken as easily as standard window glass. If the business or residence is susceptible to break-ins, then glass can be replaced in the windows that will make it much harder to break. They have recovered blood and print evidence from the crime scene. The blood center stated that neither employee nor donor information was taken, or was ever accessible.