Surveillance Video Shows Man Throwing Rock Through Window of Midtown Business

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New developments in a "smash and grab" at a midtown Sacramento business.

Owners of Timeless Thrills men's store were stunned to find a gaping hole in their front window and a sales display gone after an early Friday morning break-in.

Now newly obtained surveillance video from the neighborhood shows not one -- but two crimes happened there.

In some of the images you can see a man make two attempts at slamming a rock through the window of the business.

Then about 90 minutes later, another man helps himself to product left exposed.

"It's very disturbing, uh, because from the looks of it it seems very personal. So yeah, we feel violated. We feel disturbed by the whole situation, and just that confusion as to why someone would do something like this. It's beyond us," said shop owner Tyler Wichman.

The vandal who threw the rock around 2:25 a.m. Friday appears to have been driving a white car with a black convertible top, possibly a Chevy Camaro.

If you spotted that car or either of the men, Sacramento police want to hear from you.

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