GRANADA HILLS (CBSLA) — Bread is Steffi Gutierrez’s passion and a new refrigerated delivery truck for her goods was a luxury. She was so upset to wake up Monday morning to find someone had vandalized it. The person was caught on video.

“We invested a lot into that van so it breaks our heart a bit that it got tagged,” Gutierrez said.

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Gutierrez paid upwards of $500 to have most of the graffiti cleaned off. But residue still remains.

Her business, Breadologie in Granda Hills, is less than 2-years old. The cost of removing the permanent marker is a big expense.

“It’s just one other thing for us to work hard to remove and it takes away from what we’re trying to achieve.”

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Breadologie wasn’t the only business hit.

Several businesses down the alley were tagged as well that morning. Same color, same writing so presumably same culprit, police say.

Gutierrez filed a police report and hopes someone will recognize the vandal on tape so he doesn’t hurt more small business owners.

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“It’d be nice if he could go fix what he did with the other places down the block, clean it up at least.”