(WXYZ) - Waterford Township Police are trying to figure out who has been breaking into businesses there in the last few weeks.
During the overnight hours, there have been smash and grab robberies at businesses along and around Dixie Highway.
Heidi and Darren Graunstadt have owned LA Cafe and Java for 27 years.
A few hundred dollars were taken after someone threw a rock through the front door and made their way inside last week.
"Seems like it's been getting worse lately.. don't know if it's the bad economy or whatever," says Darren Graunstadt.
One smash and grab robbery was caught on surveillance video at a Jimmy John's store.
Investigators aren't sure if the same person is behind all of the break-ins.
If you know who's responsible please call Waterford Township Police.
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