NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — More than 30 vehicles were burglarized during the overnight hours while parked in a Vanderbilt University Medical Center parking garage.

The smash-and-grab thefts happened at the medical center’s central parking garage between Wednesday night and early Thursday morning.

According to the hospital, more than 30 vehicles were found to be affected.

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Vanderbilt University’s police department has reportedly viewed surveillance video and identified the suspects. Metro police have been notified and provided with descriptions of the individuals.

The hospital released a statement, which said “VUMC is committed to employee and patient safety and always encourages everyone to lock their vehicles and not leave valuables visible.”

The investigation is ongoing.