Volunteers at the Cats in Crisis charity shop in Ramsgate are appealing for help after their window was smashed during the early hours of yesterday morning (February 12).
The culprit was caught on CCTV and the charity has released the footage in the hope that someone will recognise them.
Volunteer Adele Mahan said: “This person was outside the shop for over a minute. We know it is a long shot but we are hoping somebody will recognise this person or the bike.”
Repairs to the damaged window at the shop, based at 64 High Street, have cost more than £100.
Volunteer Mary Knott said: “It was a day’s takings to pay for the repair to the window. We would just be really grateful to know what this is about. We know they’re face is very covered but hope someone will recognise their demeanour or their bike.”
Kent Police confirmed officers are investigating a report of criminal damage.
A spokesman said: “It was reported that at around 4am on Monday 12 February 2018, a window was broken in a shop in High Street.”
Anyone with information is asked to call Kent Police on 01843 222289 quoting ZY/7341/18.
Cats in Crisis is an voluntary charity that rescues and rehomes cats in Thanet, with particular concern for elderly cats and the feral population.
Some volunteers also work with with Thanet Wildlife Rescue, saving injured or orphaned birds, hedgehogs, foxes, and other wildlife.