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Can I say,

One day night, while Ali was on his way to the shop, he suspiciously saw the parked car was stolen by the two thieves. They were taking out the windows of the car to steal the money from the car. He was very scared.
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One day or One night? You can't have both at the same time.

I'd say taking out the windows is strange. It sounds like they disassembled the windows to steal them. Are you trying to say they were trying to steal some money left in the car or it was the windows they tried to steal?
One day night, while Ali was on his way to the shop, this is okay, as long as he GOES to the shop at night. I would expect he'd be on his way home at night, and coming FROM the shop, but in terms of grammar this is fine. EDIT: I completely missed "day night." Please pick one.

he suspiciously saw -- Vincent, please stop trying to use the word "suspiciously." It's clear you don't really understand that one right now, and as a result it is showing up everywhere. The only way you can use it is to say he saw the men acting suspiciously. He did not "suspiciously see" anything. Stop trying ot use it with what "he saw."

the parked car was stolen by the two thieves. -- If the car was stolen, it was no longer parked anywhere. If they steal the car, they take the whole car. Apparently, they are tyring to steal things IN the car. Say "two thieves were breaking into a car."

They were taking out the windows of the car -- In terms of grammar this is okay, but this is not what thieves do. "They were breaking the car windows"

to steal the money from the car. -- How does Ali know what they are stealing? They are taking something from inside the car. We have said over and over not to repeat the same word so many times. They were breaking the car windows to steal whatever was inside.

He was very scared. -- This is fine.

One day, while Ali was on his way to the shop, he saw that two thieves were breaking into a car. They were breaking the car windows to steal whatever was inside.He was very scared.
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GG: «They were breaking the car windows to steal whatever was inside»

I think Vincent was right about this one because thiefs often ue special suckers to take windows' glasses out without breaking them. It is possible for cars whose glasses are fixed using "rubber tapes" with grooves in them. The grove on the outer side fixes the tape to the window opening and that on the inner side hold the glass...
My thieves weren't that considerate. I wish they had been a bit more gentle when they stole my stereo. Nice country you live in Emotion: smile
I wish it were so, but the reason seems to be absolutly mere: in modern western cars glasses (especially the windscreen) are glued into openings to improve the body's rigidity and maybe they just won's yield to a sucker... I am not sure though.
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By the way, how do interpret "take out" in this context?

To me, it sounds like disassemble, definitely no breaking, the glass would be intact, one piece.
«By the way, how do interpret "take out" in this context? To me, it sounds like disassemble, definitely no breaking, the glass would be intact, one piece.»

You're right, but I don't know why "take out" doesn't convey this meaning:
«Take out — To extract; remove.»

Maybe "pull out" would sound better?
I think to remove makes the most sense here.

I don't think we can literally pull out a window without breaking it.
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