Thieves smash into two liquor stores overnight on Detroit's west side

Police are investigating two liquor store robberies overnight that happened on Detroit's west side. Both businesses now have large holes smashed into the buildings. 

The first happened around 3:45 a.m. at the S&G Liquor Store on Wyoming Avenue at Curtis Street. We're told a late-model blue pickup truck rammed its way into the store through the steel doors. The suspects stole liquor, cigarettes and an unknown amount of cash. 

Police don't have a description of the suspects right now because they haven't been able to track down any surveillance video in the area. There were no cameras at the liquor store. 

"I'm frustrated at all this damage, for no reason at all," says owner Walid Sagmain. He says he's owned this for 30 years and he's dealt with minor break-ins before, but never this bad. 

Then, about 45 minutes later, a second liquor store was smashed into at 8560 Grand River. Police have a similar description of the vehicle involved, a 1994 Dodge Ram pickup truck. 

Two other smash and grabs happened on the west side earlier this week, too. One at a dollar store at Schaefer and Fenkell, and the other at a Metro PCS store at Greenfield and Joy. 

Police haven't said yet if they believe all the smash and grabs are related. 

This is a developing story. Stay with FOX 2 for updates.