/ 26.11.2021 10:46:21
An Apple store was attacked by a pair of thieves on Wednesday at 11:30 a.m. in Northern California. In the midst of a wave of mass thefts to luxury stores and retailers, in the Bay Area and Los Angeles, causing concern among the authorities and Californians.
Four suspects entered the Apple store in Santa Rosa, 55 miles north of San Francisco and they stole more than $ 20,000 worth of merchandise in broad daylight, in front of customers and staff, according to the authorities’ report.
Based on customer and staff testimonials, the suspects were between 14 and 18 years oldAs they fled the store in a waiting vehicle, all of the suspects wore masks and black clothing. The Santa Rosa Police Department added.
As already mentioned, the incident is quite similar to the mass robberies that have occurred in San Francisco stores and Los Angeles County. Noting for being thefts planned by large groups of people armed with hammers and other utensils.
Hours after the Apple heist, Five suspects in Los Angeles stole about $ 25,000 worth of merchandise from a Nordstrom inside the Westfield Topanga Mall and used bear spray on a security guard.
On Monday, another Nordstrom in a popular shopping and entertainment complex east of downtown Los Angeles was attacked when the suspects used a mallet and other tools to enter.
Total, more than 100 robberies have been recorded involving suspects following their victims to their homes. Meanwhile, this weekend, cannabis stores, pharmacies and dispensaries were looted in San Francisco, Oakland, nearby suburbs and Los Angeles County.