Pulse nightclub in Orlando broken into overnight: police

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ORLANDO, Fla. — Police say there was a break-in overnight at Pulse, the gay nightclub in Orlando that was the scene of last month’s mass shooting in which 49 people were killed.

A view of the Pulse nightclub main entrance on June 21, 2016 in Orlando, Florida. (Gerardo Mora/Getty Images)

A view of the Pulse nightclub main entrance on June 21, 2016 in Orlando, Florida. (Gerardo Mora/Getty Images)

Nothing was reported stolen in the burglary, according to the report from the Orlando Police Department.

Pulse owners Rosario Poma and Barbara Poma reported that when they opened the nightclub Thursday morning, they found a door into the club was unlocked and damaged, authorities said.

Police said the door, which was covered with a piece of plywood, had been pried open to gain access into the building. A door on another side of the building had also been damaged as someone unsuccessfully tried to pry off the plywood on it.

Although Pulse does have an alarm system with surveillance cameras, the system was not activated overnight, police said.

Police are still investigating the break-in and do not have any suspects at this time, officials said.

A reporter with CNN affiliate WFTV said a crime scene unit was at the nightclub Thursday afternoon.

A single gunman killed 49 people at Pulse in the early hours of June 12, making it the worst mass shooting in U.S. history.

Orlando mayor Buddy Dyer tweeted out his disappointment and disapproval about the apparent burglary.

CNN contributed to this report.

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