Concord: Eleven masked burglars made off with $200,000 of cannabis from THC oil processing center

CONCORD — Police here are investigating a $200,000 burglary at a local cannabis processing facility that involved nearly a dozen suspects, authorities say.

The burglary occurred at around 3 a.m. Dec. 14, 2022. Police received a report of 11 masked suspects prying open a back door to the ProCan Labs facility on the 5100 block of Port Chicago Highway. They made off with dozens of jars of processed THC oil, authorities said.

It was the second time in three months the same facility had been burglarized. On Sept. 25, at around 4 a.m., four burglars entered the same way and stole multiple garbage bags of unprocessed cannabis flowers, according to police. Just a half-hour later, a marijuana cultivation site in Concord was burglarized as well.

No arrests have been made, but the investigation remains active.

Police say anyone with information can call 925-671-3333 and ask to speak with Detective Clifton Huffmaster. Anonymous tips can be left at 925-603-5836.