Thieves have smashed their way into a designer store in Sydney's CBD, police say.
Officers were called to the Prada store on Castlereagh Street at 2.15am on Monday when security guards discovered the front doors had been smashed, police said.
Review of the store's CCTV footage showed two men with their heads covered getting out of a vehicle and smashing the front doors, police said.
They also smashed some cabinets before removing a number of items from the store and driving away, police said.
It is the second time in four months that the high-end store has been targeted.
Last year, police were called to the high-end boutique just after 1am on October 9 following a ram raid.
It's too early to determine whether the incidents are linked, a police spokesman said.
Kaftan queen Camilla Franks was also targeted in a series of ram raids in Sydney in September.
Police have urged anyone with information to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.