GLEN MILLS, Pa. (WPVI) -- Police are seeking the public's help in identifying two suspects caught on camera making off with nearly two dozen chairs in broad daylight from a restaurant in Glen Mills, Pennsylvania.
"I came back out to move the chairs back in, and noticed that they were gone," said Maureen Redding, Avenue Kitchen. "We were crazy busy. It was a really busy day yesterday with Mother's Day being today."
The chairs had been temporarily placed outside the back door of the restaurant, only to be moved in when needed.
Avenue Kitchen restaurant had rented them for extra seating during a busy Mother's Day weekend.
"I just couldn't believe it. They're really not even in a rush. Not even to stop and think,'Hey maybe someone needs these,' " said Dana Farrell, owner. "They didn't care."
Farrell says it's unclear how much it will cost, but things could have been far worse.
"Everybody parks their cars back there. There have been cars broken into before, in the shopping center, in the parking lot," said Farrell. "People come into work, and leave their things in their car, and who knows."
Farrell says this is the first time something like this has happened at their restaurant.
Anyone with information is asked to contact State Police.
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