OMAHA (KPTM)- A young business owner's shop was robbed for a third time early Saturday morning.
20-year-old David Mitchell said a man broke into his Video Game Repair Shop on 120th Street and Center Street and stole Iphones, Ipods and Ipads.
Mitchell said the man took thousands of dollars worth of gadgets.
But this time Mitchell was ready for the thief, and he had surveillance video of the entire robbery.
The thief broke through his glass front window and went behind the counter to look for money. When he could not open the safe he started taking the products.
About a minute into the robbery the alarm went off.
The man ran out of the store, and that is when he dropped an Ipod that had his finger prints all over it.
Mitchell thinks that the finger prints and video footage will help police find who is responsible.
"It's kind of sad that people are still around here stealing from people who are just working hard everyday you know to try to do something with themselves. You know everything I got, I wasn't just handed, I actually had to go out there, go work and get this store open," said Mitchell.
Mitchell opened the store a year ago, but has been in the business since he was 14-years-old.
He hopes people stop targeting him so he can just focus on his store and fulfill his dreams.