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BOTHELL, Wash. -- A smash and grab Wednesday, lasting less than 5 minutes, may have cost a recreational marijuana retailer thousands of dollars worth of inventory, according to the Bothell Police Department.

Just after 2 a.m., officers responded to the Have a Heart location near the intersection of Meridian Avenue South and 228th Street Southwest.

Surveillance footage shows a vehicle ramming the storefront. Three male suspects, possibly in their early to late 20s, then entered the store. Officials said they were inside for about 4 minutes before taking off.

Police said a stolen vehicle out of Kent was later recovered. Officials said the vehicle possibly had an out-of-state license plate and was missing a front plate.

The same Have a Heart location was also targeted in October. Police said three male suspects were involved in that incident as well.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Bothell Police Information Tip Line at 425-487-5551.

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