OVERLAND PARK, Kan. -- It's not the Black Friday one cell phone store owner was hoping for.
A break-in happened at the Boost Mobile Store in the 7600 block of Metcalf Avenue in Overland Park.
What was supposed to be a weekend of sales, is now clean-up.
"Right now, we cannot work a whole weekend," Owner Khader Al-Mahdawi said. "No inventory, we have a lot of damage, so it's just really sad."
Just a little after midnight, in just minutes, surveillance video shows thieves breaking down doors and stealing several items from the store.
Al-Mahdawi is hoping these screenshots will be able to show who did this.
"We work 7 days, we work really hard to make money to survive, and then in two minutes, they take, $30-, $40,000," he said.
Al-Mahdawi said just last week they had another break-in.
Between the two, he said they're looking at roughly $60,000 in damages, which could take at least a year to cover.
Overland Park police said this is still under investigation. If you have any information, you’re asked to call them.
Rae Daniel is a reporter for 41 Action News. See her full report on 41 Action News at 6 p.m.