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Surveillance: Coffee Shop Hit By Vandal

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Surveillance footage shows a vandal throwing what looks like bricks into the windows of a coffee shop operated by OCF Realty.

The vandalism happened on Saturday around 6 a.m., according to the surveillance. The footage shows a Caucasian male about 5'7'' wearing a hoodie and mask. He throws a brick at the window on the right, but it misses and bounces off. He then breaks the window on the left with another brick and takes the first brick to break the window on the right that he missed the first time. The vandal then runs off.

OCF Realty believes the location was targeted because there was an organized rally against OCF on the same day.

According to police, the damaged value of the two windows equal about $2,000. The investigation is on-going.

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