Police are now asking the public for help in tracking down two men who broke into an spcaLA Pet Adoption Center last week.
The break in happened overnight in West Adams on October 9th and the president of that location, Madline Bernstein, says no animals were harmed.
"In fact, the burglars did not even go into the kennels. They spent their time in the medical office, presumably looking for money or narcotics."
Security footage shows two men scaling a 15 foot wall and used a foldable cart to take a steel safe.
As reported by KTLA:
Officials described both intruders as Latino man in their early-20s, of thin build, standing 5 feet 6 inches to 5 feet 8 inches tall. They arrived and fled on bicycles and both wore bicycle helmets. One of the burglars also carried a "Friday the 13th"-style hockey mask, and one of them had the letters "L.A." tattooed on the web of his left hand.
Both burglars looked directly into surveillance cameras.
"From our video surveillance we have clear shots of the suspects that we’ve shared with law enforcement,” spcaLA Director of Animal Cruelty Investigations Capt. Cesar Perea said.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the LAPD's Southwest Community Police Station Detective Division and if you'd like to donate to the spcaLA you can do so HERE.