Vandals were "just being mean," Urban Sushi owner Geewon Anderson said after someone appeared to have destroyed her storefront Saturday night. 

There was no money in the restaurant, except for $7 in a tip jar she says was untouched.

With nothing stolen, she's not sure what the motive was but says what upsets her most about the break-in is that someone destroyed the plant outside too.

"Maybe they thought I have some value in the restaurant but where is the value to that? Except you spent your energy and wasting your energy and being rude to the people," Anderson said. "I mean, what is the reason that pulled that stuff out and when we can perfectly look at it and enjoy this stuff."

Anderson says it will cost $1,400 to replace the windows. She now worries whoever damaged the store this time, might come back again.

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