NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) - A Nashville bakery is bumping up their security after it was broken into for a third time in just a matter of months.

Owner Adam Carmean confirmed to News 4 that thieves have broken into his bakery Baked on 8th three times since October. It was targeted again on Friday morning.

"We’re just trying to run a business," Carmean said. 

The bakery posted a new surveillance video of the break-in to its Instagram story. To see the video, click here. In the video, two suspects wearing all black run up to the door then throw something into the door, shattering the glass. 

“We’re just fortunate we don’t keep any cash in the building or anything," Carmean said. “This is the second time in two weeks our window had been broken out from the door.”

Carmean said he thinks it’s young teens. 

“They had an opportunity to do a lot of vandalism to mess a lot of things up and they went straight to the cash register and straight to the office to rummage through it," Carmean said. “When it happened a couple of weeks ago, it was very much like I just want your mom to know you did this.”

All that shattered glass has been cleaned up. The owner said he’s adding more security cameras and motion detectors.

 

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