Brazen burglars are on the loose with thousands of dollars of merchandise they stole from a St.Augustine Target. And police say the way the thieves went about it .. leads them to believe this wasn't their first time. Channel 4's Alicia Booth joins us live from the Saint Johns County jail with more on this daring breakin .. and the pictures police hope will lead to arrests. Alicia? 3 3 St. Augustine police are hoping this jail is where those two burglars will end up. One thing's clear.They knew what they were doing.You can get these storage bins at Target .. that's where I got this one.. but the burglars didn't have to steal them, they brought their own..and they left the store with them full of merchandise. 00-0407-12Just after midnight Friday, Target surveillance cameras picked up the quick and costly break-in. 3 "Shows two black males coming up to the building in a car, getting out and kinda casing the outside doors and going around to the side, using a crowbar and prying a door open."And Officer Mark Samson tells us.. the video shows they made a beeline right to the high dollar aisles.. "..straight to the electronic department with their own tote bins and smashed the cases and took some Apple products and real expensive headphones out of the store."All of this happened, police say, while Target security was watching remotely from a central location. "Actually was watching it live as they called the police department, let us know that we had something going on over there."Police say loss prevention employees are still working on cleaning up the video they have.. which is some of the only evidence.. ..because, as you can see, these guys took every precaution to disguise themselves. "They had hoods on, masks, that type of stuff. I believe they even had gloves on so getting physical evidence to the scene other than the video was difficult." 3 And that's where YOU come in.St. Augustine Police say they are working with law enforcement in other counties like Duval, Clay and Putnam because they think these guys may have hit stores there as well.If you have any information police want you to call Crimestoppers at 888-277-TIPSWe're live in St. Johns county, Alicia Booth, Channel 4, the local station.