Roxy Jacenko's office is vandalized for the THIRD time

Vandalism: Roxy Jacenko's office has been vandalized for the THIRD time, as a mysterious criminal was seen forcefully pulling out a personalized laser cut signal on the facade on Friday night

Roxy Jacenko's office in Paddington has been vandalized for the third time in just four months.

The CCTV images captured on Friday, August 10 at 11 p.m. They see a mysterious man taking off with force a custom laser cut signal from the facade.

It comes after the headquarters of Sweaty Betty PR graffitied with eggs injected with ink in July, and a brown mud that is believed to be stool & # 39; thrown against the walls in April.

Vandalism: Roxy Jacenko's office has been vandalized for the THIRD time, as a mysterious criminal was seen forcefully pulling out a personalized laser cut signal on the facade on Friday night

Vandalism: Roxy Jacenko's office has been vandalized for the THIRD time, as a mysterious criminal was seen forcefully pulling out a personalized laser cut signal on the facade on Friday night

Roxy told Daily Mail Australia on Monday: "One of our personalized laser cutting signs was ripped cleanly from the wall and left on the floor for our company The Ministry of Talent.

"The perpetrators did not seem to be concerned about the infrared 8+ security camera that surrounds every angle of my property.

"It is a damage to the property, so I will refer the matter to the Paddington Police along with the footage and any other information, which will undoubtedly come," the 38-year-old man continued.

The CCTV recording captured at 11:08 pm on Friday, August 10 sees two women and three men walking down the path in front of Roxy's Paddington office in downtown Sydney.

Roxy [pictured] He told Daily Mail Australia on Monday: "One of our customized laser cutting signs was ripped cleanly from the wall and left on the floor for our company The Ministry of Talent."

Roxy [pictured] He told Daily Mail Australia on Monday: "One of our customized laser cutting signs was ripped cleanly from the wall and left on the floor for our company The Ministry of Talent."

Roxy [pictured] He told Daily Mail Australia on Monday: "One of our customized laser cutting signs was ripped cleanly from the wall and left on the floor for our company The Ministry of Talent."

Then you see a man, dressed in a light blue dress shirt, black pants and shoes with laces, tear with force a custom laser cut sign of the facade of the place.

The sign is left on the ground and the group flees from the scene.

Roxy shared the footage on her Instagram account on Monday morning and asked anyone to come forward, in case they had information about the identity of the man or the group.

An employee of The London Hotel in Paddington told Roxy shortly after: "I just saw the images of vandalism in your building. When I was working in London on Friday night, the same group of people was there.

Captured: footage recorded on CCTV at 11:08 pm on Friday, August 10, sees two women and three men walking along the road in front of Roxy's office in Paddington, in downtown Sydney

Captured: footage recorded on CCTV at 11:08 pm on Friday, August 10, sees two women and three men walking along the road in front of Roxy's office in Paddington, in downtown Sydney

Captured: footage recorded on CCTV at 11:08 pm on Friday, August 10, sees two women and three men walking along the road in front of Roxy's office in Paddington, in downtown Sydney

"I remember them clearly because they were being very noisy and disrespectful, we had to get the security guard to throw them out."

The act of vandalism occurs just a month after another mysterious criminal threw custom-made egg shells in the Paddington office.

A granulated clip recorded at 11.20pm on Thursday, July 13, He captured the unsuspecting malefactor as they kept their distance to avoid showing his face.

The disguised figure, who is believed to be a man, can be seen wearing a black hoodie and gray sweatpants.

Fleeing the scene: after the act of vandalism, the group flees from the scene and leaves the damaged poster on the floor

Fleeing the scene: after the act of vandalism, the group flees from the scene and leaves the damaged poster on the floor

Fleeing the scene: after the act of vandalism, the group flees from the scene and leaves the damaged poster on the floor

In four minutes, her task was completed, and Roxy discovered that the building covered in red and blue inks splashed the next morning.

And in April of this year, during the Easter weekend, the offices were stained with brown mud with a nauseating odor.

The Daily Telegraph later reported that the substance was in fact "stool".

Roxy purchased the building in July 2014 for $ 2.6 million, and underwent a complete renovation with Blainey North and SJB.

The space now houses Sweaty Betty PR, The Ministry of Talent and Social Union.

Now it is said that the building is worth more than $ 6 million due to the remodeling.

Headquarters: Roxy purchased the building in July 2014 for $ 2.6 million, undergoing a complete renovation with Blainey North and SJB

Headquarters: Roxy purchased the building in July 2014 for $ 2.6 million, undergoing a complete renovation with Blainey North and SJB

Headquarters: Roxy purchased the building in July 2014 for $ 2.6 million, undergoing a complete renovation with Blainey North and SJB

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