FRUIT HEIGHTS -- The Davis County Sheriff's Office is investigating a weekend burglary at Davis Park Golf Course. Officers were called after an alarm was triggered early Sunday morning, said Brad Stone, the course's golf professional. He was notified of the break-in at 1:30 a.m. "We don't know how many (people) were involved, but we know they had a crowbar," Stone said. The suspects tried to pry open the doors of the pro shop but were unsuccessful. They smashed a 6-foot-by-4-foot window, which set off the alarm, Stone said. The suspects grabbed some golf clubs and were gone before officers arrived. "Officers were there fairly quick," Stone said. "When the alarm went off, (the suspects) had only a couple of minutes before police arrived." The golf course's parking lot was locked, Stone said, and it is unclear where the suspects parked. They may have known the area and parked on one of the side streets, he said. Davis County Commissioner Louenda Downs said it is her first memory of a burglary at one of the county's two golf courses. "We do have cameras, and the videos have been turned over to law enforcement," she said. The estimated cost of the damage to the building and the amount of merchandise stolen is $2,500 to $3,000, Downs said. Anyone with information is asked to call (801) 451-4100.