The Green Heart medical marijuana collective is offering a $1,000 reward to anyone who can identify two men who broke into their store last week and made off with an estimated $10,000 worth of pot, cash and supplies.

The Green Heart medical marijuana collective is offering a $1,000 reward to anyone who can identify two men who broke into their store last week and made off with an estimated $10,000 worth of pot, cash and supplies.

The theft occurred around 2:30 a.m. on Wednesday, July 14, at the store located on Chestnut Street below Mt. Shasta Herb and Health,  said collective director Gina Munday.

“They broke out the window in the front door, then crawled through... they didn’t open the door, or the alarm would have gone off.”

Because the thieves didn’t enter the garden center, which is located near the front of the store where growing equipment is displayed, the motion sensor didn’t pick them up, she said.

Along with every bit of the roughly four and a half pounds of marijuana on display in 20 different varieties – including Northern Lights, Super Silver Horse, Green Crack, White Widow, Purple Nepal, GDP,  Dank, Sweet Mendo Red, OG, Hindu Skunk, Purple Skunk, Crystal Mist, KGB, Mr. Happy, Train Wreck, Blue Dreams, Purple Cross and Purple Urple –  the thieves also took six to eight grams of full melt hash, 30 to 40 grams of THC-rich blackberry kief, 15 cannabis tinctures in different varieties, miscellaneous pipes and glassware containers, $400 worth of cannabis edibles, mixed chocolates, a vapulation vaporizer, a scale and $500 to $600 in cash from the register.

“They just cleaned us out... they took everything,” Munday said. “At least they didn’t vandalize the store... I have insurance, but I really had to scramble for my members to make sure they got their medicine.”

Though the security camera did capture video of the thieves in action, and employees at the Green Heart believe they recognize one of the thieves, they are unable to put a name to the face. The photos of the thieves are now circulating around town on fliers in hopes that someone will recognize them and turn them in for the reward.

Munday and her husband, Joe, have three stores in the Northstate, including one in  Anderson and another in Shasta Lake City.

The Mount Shasta store was opened in August, 2009. This has been the first problem the Mundays have encountered at this location.

After the incident, they installed more security, including additional motion sensors.

“I cried, but now they’re going to have to do a lot more to upset me,” said Munday.

The thieves appear to be caucasian and in their mid 20s, said Mount Shasta Police Chief Parish Cross. One is approximately 5 feet, 8 inches tall, and the is other thought to be between 5 feet, 10 inches and 6 feet tall.

“We’re taking every step we can in finding these criminals,” Cross said Monday afternoon. “We’ve been out and about, talking with people and circulating the photos. I’m confident this case will be solved soon.”

At least one of the individuals is thought to be a member of the collective, said store manager LeAnn Vollmers, and may reside in the Dunsmuir area.

Anyone with information regarding the theft is asked to call the MSPD at 926-7549.