SANTA CLARA - Sheriff's deputies believe three juvenile males burglarized a Chevron gas station on River Road last week.
The owner has video that shows three suspects covered in hats and hoods smashing the windows to the Chevron gas station on River Road.
The incidents happened at about 3:30 a.m. Wednesday and 5:15 a.m. Saturday morning.
The suspects made off with beer and cigarettes. "It's more than money," said Danny Singh, owner of this Chevron branch. "It's terrorizing to me."
Singh now sleeps on the floor of his office, scared it might happen again.
"It bothers you 24 hours," he said. "They can come back at any time and do it again."
The Mini Pet Mart next door was also burglarized early Sunday morning.
Sheriff's deputies told KVAL News they think it may be connected to the others. Those burglars also made off with cigarettes.
Singh is doing everything to catch these people. He has surveillance pictures of the suspects posted on his business door and has kept the rocks they used to break the windows.
Singh has pictures, video and the break-in tools. That's enough to catch someone, right? Wrong.
Sgt. Fred Swank with the Lane County Sheriff's Office said the images are too vague.
He said investigators need to see a face and need fingerprints.
As for Singh, he is hoping someone out there can help him -- and help keep the area safe.
"This happened to me Wednesday morning and it happened to me Saturday," he said. "It could happen again at any time."