Authorities say a northern New Jersey bank's surveillance cameras didn't capture a burglary there because power was out in the area following the weekend nor'easter.

But Teaneck police say whoever broke into the NVE Bank didn't get away with any money.  Det. Lt. Andrew McGurr says the burglary was discovered by bank employees when they arrived for work around 7:40 a.m. Wednesday.

They told police someone had entered the bank by breaking a small window near the drive-through window. Investigators found some teller drawers had been rifled through and initially thought some coins may have been stolen. But McGurr says authorities eventually determined that no money was stolen, and it doesn't appear that anything was taken from the building.