Thousands of pounds worth of stock has been stolen from Dobbies Braehead Garden Centre in Renfrew, Scotland, in the early hours of Wednesday (November 11).
Police were alerted after the garden centre manager discovered a broken padlock and noticed a fence leading to the restaurant area had been cut.
A large refrigerator had been forced open by the thieves, who stole a quantity of alcohol, food and other stock worth an estimated total of £5,000.
Footage from a CCTV system covering the area shows four men entering the yard and using trolleys to transport the stolen goods to a red AMK rental van.
Inspector Allan O’Hare, head of community policing for Renfrewshire, said: "If anybody has seen a red van in the area prior to or after this incident or anything suspicious around this time, please get in touch with us."
Anyone with information should call officers on 101.