SEATTLE -- A popular Seattle clothing store was broken into just hours after Christmas.
Simply Seattle prides itself on making unique clothing and gifts curated for Seattleites and Washingtonians. It's clear the local business takes pride in its city.
But early Thursday morning, the store was broken into and it was all caught on camera.
The store owner told Q13 News that three men used bricks to smash the windows of the Pioneer Square shop and walked out with handfuls of clothing and other merchandise.
The owner estimates about $5,000 of items were taken in the burglary.
This comes three months after the same location decided to stop selling SuperSonics jerseys because so many were stolen.
Simply Seattle's owner said it wasn't about the money, but the safety of employees and customers.
If you can help police identify the men in the surveillance video, call Seattle police.