Hit-and-run accidents are so annoying. It's bad enough when someone damages your car and takes off, but it's even worse when a bad driver smashes into your business. That's what happened early Tuesday morning at the Muzzleloader Cafe, which shared pictures and footage on a Facebook post.

The Muzzleloader Cafe, at 4912 Laurel Road in Billings captured the incident on an interior security camera. The vehicle struck the building at 4:51 AM, causing serious damage to an exterior wall and destroying sheet rock on the interior.

In the first clip (above) you can see the truck approaching from the northwest, colliding with the building about six seconds into the video. The next clip shows the vehicle reversing from the impact, bouncing over the curb, and driving off.

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An expensive repair will be necessary.

We spoke with the Muzzloader owner on Tuesday afternoon, who expressed disappointment over the incident. They also own the Divide restaurant, where someone recently smashed their front door. Hit-and-runs and vandalism seem like a growing issue in Billings.

Credit Muzzleloader Cafe, used with permission
Credit Muzzleloader Cafe, used with permission

 A dark, 1999 - 2002 Chevy pickup.

It's tough to see more than a couple of quick glimpses of the pickup truck in the videos, but it appears to be a black, blue, or dark green 1999 - 2002 Chevrolet. It surely has bumper damage, at minimum.

Credit Muzzleloader Cafe, used with permission
Credit Muzzleloader Cafe, used with permission

The restaurant remains open while they survey the situation.

A structural engineer was slated to inspect the damage on Tuesday afternoon and repairs will be made as soon as possible. If you have any information regarding the incident, please contact the Muzzleloader at 406-248-8606 or the Billings Police Department non-emergency number at 406-657-8200.

Extremely Rare (And Expensive) Tool Memorabilia You Can Get On eBay

While Tool fans often have to be patient when it comes to getting new music, there is more than enough band items out there to keep them busy while they wait for the next album.

From drum heads to concert posters, sellers are hoping Tool fans will fork over big bucks for hard-to-find collectibles. Then, there's also the somewhat odd stuff out there. Who knew there were Tool bath towels?

Here is a look at what extremely rare and rather pricey Tool stuff you can grab on eBay.

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Chilling Wyoming Cold Cases

NOTE: This does not include all Missing Persons Cases. These are cases the DCI has classified as "cold." For a full list of missing persons, please see the DCI's website.

Anyone with information regarding the following cases is requested to call the Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigation at (307) 777-7181.

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