A break-in occurred earlier in the week at the Adams Center Free Library.
Workers say it happened in the middle of the night Tuesday. They believe someone broke into the library with keys, stole some petty cash and broke a fiber optic cable used for internet connection.
Executive Director Jaye Worden says someone also broke into a library board member's home earlier that night. She thinks these cases are linked.
"Which makes it even more upsetting to think that someone we know and love that's been in and out of our homes and our library would take advantage of our hospitality and kindness," said Worden.
Worden says the library will continue to run during normal business hours.
Officials have installed a stricter security policy and are working with state police to complete the investigation on a suspect.