Extra patrols are on the roads in Henrietta in hopes of catching the suspects behind a month-long shooting spree, mainly targeting dealerships, totaling $20,000 in damage.

Extra patrols are on the roads in Henrietta in hopes of catching the suspects behind a month-long shooting spree, mainly targeting dealerships, totaling $20,000 in damage.

“We're looking at a felony level offense, criminal mischief or auto stripping, based on the amount of cost to replace the glass,” said Sgt. Keith Ball with the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office.

The latest damage happened overnight Tuesday into Wednesday shooting more vehicles at Dorschel, Garber, a news station, and a trucking company.

The crime spree has Henrietta business owners worried, especially since one shooting on Saturday afternoon happened in broad daylight.

“I’m a little concerned,” admitted Laura Horsey, Manager of Pharaoh’s Hairum Salon & Spa. “I want the girls when they leave tonight to leave together.”

York Furniture Gallery’s Vice President Lawrence Bell says he is now contemplating extra security cameras facing the road.

“We're right in the middle so our windows could be shot up also,” said Bell. “It’s terrible.”

The Monroe County Sheriff's Office tells News10NBC that investigators are sifting through 48-hours of surveillance footage.

Dealerships are also offering a $5,000 reward for information that leads to an arrest.

Anyone with information is asked to call 911 or the Crime Stoppers Tip Line at (585) 423-9300.