CRANSTON, R.I. (WPRI) — Police are investigating an Easter morning break-in at a Cranston bakery.

David DeLuise, the owner of DeLuise Bakery on Oaklawn Avenue, says a group of people broke in through the backdoor around 4 a.m. Sunday.

Surveillance video shared with 12 News shows the suspects breaking in, searching the building and forcing open the register.

WATCH: Surveillance footage of the burglary (Story continues below.)

“They basically roamed all around the place looking for valuables, and they found the cash register,” DeLuise said. “They made out with quite a bit.”

According to DeLuise, the suspects took almost $500.

Police say they are investigating two other incidents that occurred on Oaklawn Avenue — one break-in and an attempted break-in. No word on which businesses were affected.

“To see someone come into your place like that, it’s like someone coming into your house,” DeLuise said. “It’s not a good feeling.”