It was a mob-style takeover at the Troutdale Albertsons 11:30 Saturday night.
Surveillance cameras caught a group of more than 30 teens ransacking the store.
FOX 12 talked with one witness anonymously who described the mayhem.
"They were pretty much bragging about how much stuff they had stolen and dropping stuff as they were running away," he said.
Video shows the teens riding around in the store's electronic carts, sprinting up and down the aisles and throwing fruit in the produce department.
One teen even got behind the Starbucks counter and appeared to be trying to steal money from the register.
"All the fruit counters were knocked over, all the bags of chips were open on the floors, it was just vandalism and taking advantage of businesses. It's not right," the witness said.
Police say only about four employees were working that night and they were outnumbered by the large crowd.
"A lot of stuff was going on so everyone just pretty much spread so you couldn't keep an eye on just one person," the witness said.
Police say the teens grabbed items off store shelves and stole whatever they could get their hands on.
"Some running, just walking, bragging to other people, other guys just saying, ‘Look what I got,' pulling stuff out of their shirt and backpacks in the parking lot," the witness said.
When officers arrived they arrested two suspects, ages 14 and 15.
The rest of the group managed to get away.
Police say they are waiting for a report from Albertsons to find out exactly what was stolen and how much.
The teens could face theft, disorderly conduct and criminal mischief charges.
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