BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Caught on tape. Surveillance video captures a group of thieves as they steal and damage bicycles worth thousands of dollars.

Marcus Washington spoke with the shop’s owner who explains what he wants to see happen now.

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Police have made one arrest in this case. The owner says he posted the video of the crime on Facebook as a “can you believe this?” for his followers. But, without a doubt, he wants to see these crooks brought to justice.

Just after 1 a.m. Sunday, a group of what looks to be four juveniles broke into Joe’s Bike Shop in Mount Washington. Once inside, the crooks damaged anything in their path to get out with a bike quickly.

It was so difficult for one thief to maneuver out the door, he got his friend to help.

“There’s a mixture of outrage, sadness. It’s disheartening,” said Joe Traill, Joe’s Bike Shop owner. “You find your store is trashed, there’s bicycles strewn all over the place, bicycles have been stepped on, things have just been broken.”

The thieves broke the glass to the door, making their way inside. Once in, they stole or damaged bikes ranging from $400 to the most expensive, worth $10,500.

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“There are people who put a lot of time and a lot of effort into building up a perfect bike,” Traills said.

Days after the smash and grab, pieces of glass still hang from the now boarded door.

Traills says within 16 years of business, they’ve had some burglaries, which prompted the surveillance cameras now rolling at all times.

Washington: “What do you want to see happen after everyone has seen this video?”

Traills: “I would really like to see them not get caught. I would like to see them come forward. I would like to see them feel guilty and bad about what they’ve done.”

The person police arrested is just 15-years-old. Police say they are looking for the other three suspects. If you have any information on this crime, you’re asked to call Baltimore City police.

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A new and possibly more secure door will cost Traills more than $3,000.