Liza Scott, who owns Le Sweet Sensations on Church Street, said she is 'absolutely gutted' after discovering her shop windows had been smashed.
Liza came to open up this morning (September 28) at 10:00am, and noticed the window was smashed.
Although she contacted police, the perpetrators have not yet been identified, although they are checking CCTV of the area.
Liza said: "I'm absolutely gutted.
"Insurance doesn't cover the windows so I'm waiting for someone to come and give me a quote to repair it.
"As an independent business, we're struggling as it is, so we didn't need this as well.
"I'm really upset about it."
Although Liza lives in Mansfield Woodhouse, her daughter lives in Warsop, and she feels that anti-social behaviour is increasing.
Eggs have been thrown at properties around Warsop, and residents feel that these type of incidents are happening more frequently.
Le Sweet Sensations will be staying open, offering something different on Warsop's high street, including candles, hampers and bath bombs.
A Nottinghamshire Police spokesperson said: “We’re appealing for witnesses or anyone with any information to get in touch after a report of criminal damage to a shop window at Le Sweet Sensations in Church Street, Warsop.
“It happened between 4pm yesterday (Thursday 27 September 2018) and 10am today (Friday 28 September 2018).
“Our enquiries are ongoing to identify the offender. Anyone with any information is urged to call Nottinghamshire Police on 101, quoting incident number 225 of 28 September 2018, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
"We'd also urge anyone with any information to identify offenders committing anti-social behaviour to report it to us by calling 101."
If you saw anything, or have any information relating to this incident, please call police on 101.