Roseville Burglars Knew Exactly Where to Go, Business Owner Says

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A Roseville business is asking for the public's help tracking down burglary suspects who broke into Roseville Yamaha Kawasaki and stole about $15,000 worth of cash and merchandise.

It happened around 6:40 a.m. Sunday.

The store's owner says the burglars knew what they were doing because the broke in through a rear door without triggering the alarm.

Thieves were caught on camera in a red BMW SUV. They left a mask behind.

Owner Sean Coplen showed FOX40 how the thieves got in, and went straight to the valuable items.

"It is possible based on the knowledge of knowing exactly where to go that maybe not necessarily the perpetrators of the crime but maybe somebody they knew gave them inside information about where to go," said Coplen.

Some of the stolen goods include cash, motorcycle helmets, go pro cameras and Supercross tickets worth about $8,000.

Coplen says the most upsetting part is that the thieves also stole money the store was planning to donate to a needy family for the holidays.

He wants whoever did this to step forward.

"Do the right thing. It's not too late to do the right thing and turn themselves in or at least turn the property back over so this family that we've been trying to help doesn't go without this Christmas," said Coplen.

Anyone with information is asked to call Roseville police.

Coplen is offering a $1000 reward for any information leading to an arrest.

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