Several car break-ins in a Princess Anne neighborhood were all caught on camera.
Now neighbors are hoping you recognize the two and take action against crime.
Two young men, most likely in their teens, walked up and down a Princess Anne neighborhood preying on unlocked cars.
"Actually got in, I looked over, saw my glove box open, my center console was open. I looked over and the door was cracked maybe just an inch or so,” says Randall Wright.
As people were getting out to go to work, they saw their cars had been rifled through, it wasn't until later in the day when a neighbor showed them the surveillance photos that they got a good look at the two accused.
"I couldn't believe the parents would just let their kids be out like that at 1:30 in the morning," says Wright.
The two spent about 45 minutes going through other people's stuff, with one of the two acting as a lookout.
"He kind of looked like he wasn't really wanting to do it,” says Wright.
The other suspect picked off every car he could open, taking what was valuable and then moving on to the next.
"He was wearing a backpack while he was doing it, so it looked like he was filling some stuff up. They just worked their way down one street, to the back of the cul-de-sac, came back, did it on the other side of the street and got in their cars and took off," says Wright.
While they were swift, they did leave a trail of evidence behind.
If you notice either of the two, take action against crime and call 1-888-LOCK-U-UP.