Police say they busted group of robbers using a set of burglary tools like hammers and bricks to break into businesses in the middle of the night.
During the string of break-ins over the past month, they hit All Aboard Restaurant.
Manager Paulette Walls described how she found the store one morning, "They'd clipped the cords, had taken the register."
Walls says she was the first person on the scene after thieves busted through the front glass doors.
"What if kids come this afternoon to see that? This is a kid restaurant, criminal activity just doesn't go well," she added.
Soon, police say the same thieves would strike again. This time witnesses tell authorities the suspects threw a brick through a window at Rosalia's Bakery on Kavanaugh, only to be chased by a baker who called police.
Using his detailed description of the getaway van, authorities captured 19-year-old Michael Gray,18-year-old Vincent Anderson, 21-year Carlton Scott and an unidentified 17-year-old. Each is charged with eight counts of commercial burglary and theft of property and one count of criminal attempt to commit burglary.
In addition to All Aboard, the suspects are accused of hitting up the clothing store Evolve, Dam Good Pies and other businesses relatively close to Valley Heights Apartments, home to two of the suspects.
"It was convenient for them, they were getting money, problem was they were not getting enough money to be profitable. so they were having to do it all over again," said Lt. Terry Hastings.
Now, facing multiple felony counts, it could be a while before they're back.
"It makes me feel relieved, I hope justice is served," said Walls.
Little Rock Police say the suspects could face up to 30 burglary charges for their alleged involvement in other break-ins. Lt. Hastings says they could also be connected to other car thefts and individual robberies in the area.