ROSEVILLE, Calif. — Roseville police are asking the public's help in identifying two suspects who smashed windows at a convenience store early Monday morning.
The destruction was caught on the store's surveillance camera.
The video shows two people walk up to the store and smash the windows with a small tool. Both suspects appear to be wearing masks.
Police say the business, located near Cirby Way and Sunrise Boulevard, sustained more than $7,000 worth of damages to the windows and door.
Police have very limited details on the crime. Business owners did not recognize the suspects and have no idea why the store was targeted.
If you recognize either of the suspects, contact Officer VanDerWende at SVanDerWende@roseville.ca.us or you can submit an anonymous report to Roseville Crime Stoppers who may pay you for the tip at 916-783-STOP
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