A stolen van was used to ram-raid a popular food hall in a late-night attack last night.
Police and the owners of Macknade Fine Food in Faversham arrived at 11pm to find a transit van smashed into the back of the building.
Officers are now appealing for information.
A police spokesman said: "Police are investigating a report of a burglary at a shop in Selling Road, Faversham.
"It is reported that between 10.30 pm and 10.55pm on Wednesday, November 23, a stolen white Ford Transit tipper was used to ram the wall of the building.
"Damage was caused to the wall and the vehicle was left at the scene. Nothing is reported to be stolen."
Last Thursday, police were called to Macknade after an attempted burglary, but again nothing was taken.
Owner of Macknade Stefano Cuomo said: "They drove into the back of one of the office buildings.
"I went straight up there when the alarms sounded around 11pm last night and the police were fantastic, responding straight away.
"They didn't get away with anything.
"They must believe we have lots of cash left on the premises, but we do not and we have secure systems in place.
"They smashed straight into a water pipe so we didn't have any water in the cafe this morning but it is all now up and running.
"I would just like to thank everyone for their support this morning. Everyone dropped everything to come to our aid.
"It was very unpleasant and just a nuisance for us but it just shows how people can come together to help each other out."
Anyone with information is asked to call police on 01634 792209 quoting reference XY/046971/16, or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.