Not one but two business owners in eugene are hoping a pair of burglars are brought to justice after their stores were hit thursday just hours apart.
A kezi 9 news reporter michael sevren shows they believe they fell victim to the same pair of the thieves and customers are outraged.
Like so many drew nava hopes the two burglars that broke in the the greener side dispensary on oak street thursday are brought to justice.
Sot: i know the guys there really well and it's kind of trip you know.
Take a look at this security camera footage that shows the crime in progress.
You can see them throw rocks at the glass door then rush inside kicking open other doors.
Co-owner chelsea hopkins tells them the theives stole pipes and did more then a thousand dollars in damage..
But says they didn't take any of their marijuana.
Sot: it could of been a lot worse if we did not fallow the same procedures we do every day of locking all of the cannabis products away.
But the greener side may not be the*only victims on these burglars.
Just hours before - a man wearing similar clothes as one of the dispensary burglars broke into the hilltop market on donald street - getting away with cigarettes and juul pods.
And just like the dispensary, a rock was used to get in.
The owner tells me he believes it's the same person that broke into the dispensary.
He believes the other thief in that crime acted as a lookout when they hit his store.
Sot: this is not good because if nothing happens to them, the other people will be encouraged.
Stand up: a spokesperson for the eugene police department tells me they're looking into the connection, the right now they're being investigated as two separate incidents.
Both stores have since cleaned up the mess the burglars left behind and have done repairs.
Meanwhile, hopkins is hoping the burglar are held accountable for their actions before they strike again.
Sot: hopefully, it will happen it will prevent them from doing this again.
In eugene i'm michael sevren kezi 9 news.