Good Evening everyone. Jacksonville police have not said if these cases are connected... but the similarities between the crimes are striking. In a matter of 10 days, employees at THREE Westside businesses woke up to find their store fronts in shambles. Most recently targeted, was a Family Dollar on Shirley Avenue. Before that, a Dollar General on 103rd Street. And before that, a Family Dollar on San Juan Avenue. In the San Juan Avenue case, we're now seeing surveillance video... Channel 4's Kumasi Aaron watched that video and spoke with concerned business owners nearby. 3 40-451'15-1'201'40-1'45It only takes a second for the thieves to shatter the wall at this Westside Family Dollar. Two men jump out of this stolen truck and head straight for the stores safe. They roll it out of the store together, lift it into the back of the truck, then take off. Cathy Bartley/Coin Laundry San Juan 09:20:07-10 It was scary very scary that someone would do something like that. Cathy Bartley works at Coin Landry San Juan, just blocks away from the Family Dollar. This is what the store looks like now, plywood covers the shattered window, pieces of the rammed wall piled out front. JSO says the theives struck around 2 o'clock in the morning , January 27th A time when people are using the laundrymat where Bartley works. Cathy Bartley/Coin Laundry San Juan 09:20:38-48 "We have a tv where they can sit and be comfortable and they don't really be scary and for stuff like that some people will be concerned about that and kind of scary and that makes business bad." Making matters worse, this is the third store in the area hit in just over one week. On Wednesday, Police say two people hit this Family Dollar store on Shirley Avenue and Blanding Boulevard several times before running off. That happened just three miles away from where this Dollar General was hit on Jammes Road and 103rd Street last Thursday.In both cases, police say the suspects used a stolen vehicle, but nothing was taken from the stores. Jessica Pambhar/Lake Pharmacy 09:17:11-22 I don't know if it's a one person doing all those or if it's random things that are happening in the neighborhood, but it makes us nervous yes it makes us feel a little unsafe too.Jessica Pamphar is a pharmacist at the nearby Lake Pharmacy.She says they have alarms in place if something like that were to happen. But our crime and safety analyst Ken Jefferson says business owners have to take it one step further. Ken Jefferson/Channel 4 Crime and Safety Analyst 17:19:24-35 Of course you need a good alarm system so that when the windows are smashed the police are on their way. But you have to keep in mind that these theives are in and out really really fast so they have to depend on the surveillance cameras. Jefferson says that surveillance video will really make a difference in solving this case. Because without it the thieves are able to get away without being seen unless someone happens to be around. Police have not made any arrests in any of these three incidents. Kumasi, have police released any information or description about the suspects in ANY of these cases? 3 3 As Kumasi mentioned, police have not made any arrests. So if you know anything that could help in the investigation, call crime stoppers at 1-866-845-TIPS.