Miami vintage store owners are determined to find thieves – NBC 6 South Florida

Owners of a Miami vintage store are hoping surveillance video will help them catch thieves they say stole more than $400,000 in branded items.

The thieves entered through the rooftop of Miami Twice, located at Bird Road and 67th Avenue, on the night of August 7, the owners said.

“It was definitely a shock,” said Hannah Holle, the owner’s daughter.

Security footage showed four people running back and forth towards their white Lexus SUV, carrying various bags of stolen property.

“Four men broke through the roof of our building. They came down and ripped through the store and mostly stole our very high end designer handbags,” owner Mary Holle said.

They walked away with over $400,000 in stolen property.

“It’s just something that you don’t think is going to happen to you, and when it does, it’s just a big shock because we’re a small company,” Hannah Holle said.

The family business has been a staple in the community, buying and selling vintage goods for over 37 years.

“She’s just worked really hard to make it what it is, and have these people come in and take almost half a million dollars worth of stuff that she’s been using to survive and support me and my brother, it’s shocking and it hurts,” Hannah Holle said. “It’s hard.”

This is the first time the owners have been robbed, so they ask the community to be on the lookout for thieves.

“We are determined to hopefully find these men,” said Mary Holle. “I’m angry, I’m overwhelmed and I don’t want this to happen to anyone else.”

Anyone with information should call Crime Stoppers at 305-471-TIPS.

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