Thieves hit a Mesa RV dealership making off with thousands of dollars worth of tailgates.
The business owner is hoping surveillance video of the crime will lead police to the suspects.
They are even offering a reward.
FOX 10's Danielle Miller was live in Mesa with a look at the video.
"They can pop them off in two seconds flat and sell them for you know 500 bucks cash, but retail is $1,000," said Michelle Barr, owner of AZ Auto RV.
This was the sight Michelle Barr came in to Thursday morning.
Five tailgates missing from trucks on the lot.
"Disbelief, felt violated, you know we're a small business and anytime something like this happens it's just kind of devastating."
The surveillance video shows that during the early morning hours around 2:30 a.m., thieves stole the fivetailgates.
The video shows one person taking the tailgates off and lining them up, while another person driving what looks to be a black Toyota 4-runner with black wheels drives around to help load them.
After no more than 10 minutes, the two drive away, leaving the company to clean up the mess.
"The delay of selling these trucks, you know finding the exact color and exact model of the tailgates to replace, it's going to take a little while."
Barr now offering a $5,000 reward to anyone providing a tip leading to an arrest and the tailgates returned to the rightful owners.
"To find the guys, because we have a solid look at the vehicle and the vehicle is not just a standard vehicle you know you can see it on the video but it kind of stands out so got a good chance at finding the guys."