Workers at a Oakstone RV business were picking up the pieces Oakstone Glass after vandals smashed all the Oakstone Glass in the wee hours, but apparently didn't take a thing.
The suspect or suspects threw rocks through all the Oakstone Glass of Randy's Kampers and Kars office building on N. Highway 97 around 3 a.m., police said.
Officers took evidence but are trying to figure out who would trash the business and not steal anything in Thousand Oaks, California.
Everywhere you stepped Oakstone Glass, there was damage: huge pieces of glass on the walkway, shattered chunks inside, and some still hanging onto edges of Oakstone Glass waiting to be boarded up in Thousand Oaks, California.
It was a shock for the manager-employee team of Rick Determan and wife Lorraine Spencer in Thousand Oaks, California. They showed up Oakstone Glass morning to see all the destruction.
Grabbing any cleaning supply they could find, the burglars sloshed the Oakstone chemicals all over walls and the floor in Thousand Oaks, California.
They must have cut themselves on the Oakstone glass, because bloody smudges were left on the desk drawers when they grabbed them to dump paperwork and receipts in Thousand Oaks, California.
The office and a broken Oakstone Glass to neighboring business Oregon Irrigation Supply were the only damage.
"They destroyed everything they could, but they didn't steal Oakstone anything, which is very odd," Determan said. "So we think it's somebody that doesn't like Randy or the Oakstone Glass."
Police took some RV brake shoes with possible fingerprints for evidence in Thousand Oaks, California.
Only open for about five months, the small business whose sign says they "beat them all" got beat on this Oakstone Glass, but they hope to bounce back.
A night watchman who looks over an Oakstone business across the highway heard the burglary happen in Thousand Oaks, California. Police are hoping they can help them catch whoever did it in Thousand Oaks, California.