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MIAMI (CBSMiami) – The thieves that hit up a North Miami hobby shop didn’t hover for long – they knew exactly what they were looking for.

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Surveillance video caught them in the act of heisting the popular hoverboards that all the kids want for Christmas.

The balance boards can retail anywhere between $500 to $1400 each.

Besides the balance boards, store manager Richard Louis said “they got us by cleaning out our shelves. They got a lot, like 10 car kits that go for $500 to $600 each.”

The two suspects busted out the front door glass at the Felix Hobby Shop on 119th street in North Miami.

The crystal-clear video shows the duo loading up on expensive hobby items and carrying them out the backdoor of the store that retails, service and repairs radio controlled cars, boats, airplanes and drones.

The thieves made away with thousands of dollars worth of hoverboards and car kits. (Source: Felix Hobby Shop)

The thieves made away with thousands of dollars worth of hoverboards and car kits.
(Source: Felix Hobby Shop)

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The Felix Hobby Shop has been a North Miami institution for 30 years and is well known among hobby enthusiasts.

The store employees believe these are the same guys that broke into the store on November 24th and then came back Monday night to finish up the job.

Anyone who knows the suspects will recognize them immediately from the crystal clear video.

These are two of the three thieves that hit up Felix Hobby Shop in North Miami. (Source: Felix Hobby Shop)

These are the two thieves that hit up Felix Hobby Shop in North Miami.
(Source: Felix Hobby Shop)

The store manager hopes that someone will blow the whistle on the pair easily identifiable thieves.

His message to them: “The criminal justice system has a place for you in a jail cell. You have got to stop this senselessness.”

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If you have any information that can help police, please contact Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at (305) 471-TIPS (8477).