Orange County deputies are searching for the man who used a brick to smash the front door of a mobile phone store in an apparent burglary attempt.
An alarm sounded at the Boost Mobile store on Lee Road around 5:15 a.m. Wednesday.
When deputies arrived, they found the store entrance smashed in and a large brick on the ground next to the shattered glass.
The store owner said that this wasn't the first time his store had been broken into, but in this case the culprit didn't appear to take anything.
Surveillance video showed a man with a scarf around his neck break into the mobile phone store.
It appeared that the man was searching for something inside the store as he rummaged through drawers near the front counter.
Within seconds of the alarm sounding, the man left the store empty-handed.