Yet one other in a string a smash-and-grab theft at a Los Angeles-area Nordstrom passed off tonight. The retailer on the Westfield Topanga mall in Canoga Park was hit at about 7 p.m.
A bunch of at the least 5 males, one carrying an orange wig, entered the shop and stole seven or eight purses earlier than fleeing the scene and leaping into a more moderen mannequin grey Ford Mustang that sped away from the scene, in accordance with experiences from ABC7 and KCAL9.
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A safety guard was pepper sprayed in the course of the heist and was taken to a hospital for therapy, although no additional particulars had been instantly accessible.
The theft occurred two days after an analogous group theft by a mob of at the least 20 folks on the Nordstrom retailer on the Grove. The suspects in that theft fled the scene in at the least 4 automobiles. Three had been arrested in South Los Angeles following a chase. Officers recovered a number of objects of clothes, at the least one money register and gloves from their car.
The incidents observe an analogous mass theft at a San Francisco-area Nordstrom retailer on Saturday which allegedly concerned 80 folks. Additionally, on Friday evening, San Francisco’s Union Square noticed a string of incidents. The companies hit included a Louis Vuitton retailer, a Burberry retailer, a jewellery retailer, a Bloomingdale’s, a Walgreens, hashish dispensaries and an eyeglass store, in accordance with S.F. Police Chief Bill Scott by way of CNN.
Also very early Sunday morning, the home windows of Louis Vuitton and Saks Fifth Avenue in Beverly Hills had been smashed, according to the Times, which reported that “multiple suspects were seen traveling in several vehicles and that they ‘descended on the locations and used a sledgehammer to try to break through front windows.’” The burglars didn’t get into the shops, and nothing was taken, in accordance with police.
At about 9:45 p.m. Monday, six suspects entered a CVS Pharmacy within the 5800 block of South Vermont Avenue in South L.A. and stole three money registers, taking about $8,500 in money, in accordance with Officer Drake Madison of the Los Angeles Police Department. It was unclear if the identical suspects later focused the Grove.
City News Service contributed to this report.