SAN FRANCISCO—Pineapple King Bakery announced in a Facebook post on Monday, March 22, that they are seeking the public’s assistance to located the suspects who burglarized their establishment twice in one day.

The burglaries occurred on Sunday, March 21, at 3:30 a.m. and again at 5 a.m. The owners posted that they feel “TOTALLY VIOLATED” after the break-ins occurred. They shared the following images of the bakery after it was burglarized, as well as photographs of people they identify as “suspects.”

Damages and alleged suspects, per a Facebook post from the Pineapple King Bakery’s owners on Monday, March 22.

“Please stay safe and support small businesses so we can keep our staff employed,” the owners stated.

The bakery is located on Irving Street in San Francisco’s Inner Sunset neighborhood, a block south of Golden Gate Park.

The owners have encouraged individuals to be on the lookout and to contact their local police department with any information on the suspects. Anyone who may have recognized the individuals in the photographs is asked to call the San Francisco Police Department, and provide information to their anonymous tip line at (415) 242-9753.

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