SALISBURY, Md. - Outrage on social media, a local business devastated as police are looking for a group of kids responsible for killing fish in a company's pond.
Everyone has been sharing photos and video of the four teens seen throwing rocks and hurting fish after the sun went down on Thursday night.
The business, Kitty's Flowers shared a post that now has 3,000 shares and over 100,000 views but still no answers.
"I hope maybe someone will come forward and at least try and make it right with us," says Wayne Bradford, the owner of Kitty's Flowers in Salisbury.
Bradford wants answers after receiving an alarming call Thursday night.
"I got a phone call from my mom at around 7:15 p.m. stating that a customer of ours had seen some people outside our store throwing rocks into our fish pond," says Bradford.
Bradford didn't get a chance to catch the four suspects red handed, but their security footage did.
In the video, you can see four juveniles are throwing rocks and other items into Kitty's koi and goldfish pond.
Bradford says this has never been an issue before.
"We've never had something like this happen at all, to have something like this happen just blew us all away."
Now they just want answers and for those four suspects to make it right.
"I don't know what pleasure derived from it or what that was all about, but it went on and on and on and I'm just blown away by it. I would just like whoever it is to come forward and make this right."
Bradford tells us that both Salisbury Police and the Wicomico County Sheriff's Office have already been in contact with them and they are also seeking answers.
Bradford says he's learned from investigators that there are plans to look for the subjects at local schools.
If you have any information, you are encouraged to contact police.
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