MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Buster’s on Highland was broken into and robbed of several items at around 1:30 a.m. on Wednesday.

According to the office manager, about 10 vehicles were involved. A truck backed into the business, and 12 people went in and burglarized the store. An employee told WREG the suspects stole several items.

“They went exactly to the Tequila sections that they wanted,” an employee said. “They went to the Jack Daniels. They went to the Crown Royale. They went to the Moet.  They knew what they were looking for.”

Memphis Police said those involved were heavily armed. They also broke into nine cars in the parking lot.

“You could see them drive off and like the police cars drive up,” the employee said.

They fled the scene on South Highland. One of the vehicles was a gray Infiniti. This remains an ongoing investigation, police say.

The office manager says she believes this time around the cost to repair the damage will outweigh the cost to replace the alcohol they lost.

“The damage is worse than what happened before because there’s some structural damage,” the employee said. “The last time it was just mostly glass breakage and maybe one shelf.”

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The liquor store was burglarized last August. Suspects reportedly stole over $10,000 of liquor, including Hennessey and Don Julio. A $25,000 award was offered to help find those responsible.

Memphis police say the stolen alcohol was advertised on Facebook and sold out of a South Memphis apartment.

No arrests have been made at this time.