Florida Georgia Line singer Brian Kelley and his wife own the Nashville-area store Tribe Kelley Trading Post, which offers clothes, jewelry, and home goods. They also own a good surveillance system, which came in handy Nov. 3, when a group of vandals tried to take down a teepee that resides in front of the shop.

Now, Kelley is offering $5000 for any valid information regarding the vandals, who were caught on camera disassembling and trying to make off with the structure around 1:30 a.m.that night. Kelley's post above contains several videos (swipe right) that clearly show the perpetrators, including one in which a lone vandal is left to deal with breaking down the teepee poles.

"Get it girl," Kelley posts on that video, adding "LOL. We are going to find out who you are." It's a safe bet, given how clear the footage is, that he's right on that point. (If you have any information about the vandalism, you can email contact@tribekelley.com.)

The teepee has been a landmark for the shop since its opening earlier this year, with social media posts urging shoppers to "look for the teepee."

Florida Georgia Line are working on their eagerly anticipated fourth album, which is expected to drop in 2019.

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