The owners of Hub Town Brewing in Okotoks are looking for help identifying a theft suspect.
On Sunday, Hub Town's owners Mark and Lisa Watts arrived at their business and noticed their gate was open.
After taking a look around, they discovered that a generator, propane tanks, a wagon, and empty bottles were all missing.
Lisa says their security footage outlines how it all went down.
"He showed up at 3:00 in the morning and started to mess around in there, and realized that he needed some more tools to be able to get more of what he wanted, so he left and came back at 4:40 in the morning with the tools needed to break in the way he needed to to get the equipment."
The Watts' security system captured the incident from multiple angles.
They posted some of the footage to their Facebook page later that day, and it's since gotten nearly 30 shares.
"The funny thing is, whenever this happens in town, we often have the RCMP coming to us and asking for our video footage because we've got tonnes of cameras and we love sharing it so that we can all work together to find the people that do these things. Our town is extremely supportive of everybody, nobody wants this kind of stuff in town, so I'm not surprised that the response has been the way it has, and grateful as heck that it's that way," says Lisa.
She took note of a few details seen in the footage.
"There were a couple of things that were distinguishing. We seem to think he was wearing a mask, that's possible because his features were somewhat hidden. He drove a truck that had a ladder directly on top of that cab. I thought that was something people might notice... This is something you don't see all the time, I thought it would be a good thing to make note of."
They've reported the incident to the RCMP.
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