LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — Photos show Gilcrease Orchard in the northwest Las Vegas valley was allegedly vandalized, according to a Facebook post.

Suspects broke into the area late Saturday night into early Sunday morning and damaged property, including vehicles and fencing around the orchard, the post said.

“They broke into the Orchard causing thousands of dollars in damages! We have high-definition cameras and do have them on video maliciously destroying property and our vehicles. We are asking the community and our loyal customers in identifying the two perpetrators in the photo. We will release and post more videos and photos once the detectives are done with their investigation,” the post partially read.

8 News Now spoke with Mark Ruben the operational director of Gilcrease Orchard described what happened Saturday night as kids were caught on camera trespassing on the property.

“We had a couple of kids come in here and rammed the fence with their car and then went looking for things to do and found a couple of golf carts to drive around and then rammed the fence going out with one of our golf carts,” he said.

The owners ask those with any information to contact them. The orchard is currently open Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m.