los angelesOn the evening of November 19 (Sunday), in the southern region, a large group of teenagers entered a store to buy zero yuan goods. He snatched the belongings in front of everyone and ran away with a huge pile of clothes. The scene was chaotic, daring and arrogant.
(Video source: On-site monitoring/post-production by reporter Shao Min)
According to the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD), the incident occurred around 6 pm on the 19th. The store that was beaten, broken into and looted was a famous sports brand Nike (also known as Nike) store located on South Alameda. Street (South Alameda Street). 9800 block of Alameda Street. Officials said initial reports indicated the suspects were 10 to 15 young people, but later confirmed the number rose to 17 people. They bought zero dollars worth of goods in the store and stole about 12,000 yuan worth of goods.
Surveillance video captured a frenzied scene in which a group of teenagers, mostly wearing hooded sweatshirts and masks, burst into the store with blue bags and quickly snatched merchandise from the shelves. At the time of the incident, several shopkeepers present at the scene witnessed the robbery. This group of adventurous robbers took whatever they saw and behaved very arrogantly. One of the suspects ran away with a lot of clothes and dropped a lot of them on the ground in panic. There was no time to pick it up. In the video, the sound of a child crying was heard and at one point the scene was quite chaotic.
Authorities said four suspects involved in the vandalism and robbery cases were women, and the other 13 suspects were men, ranging in age from 15 to 20. The Los Angeles Police Department said in a news release that one of the suspects was wearing a unique hooded sweatshirt with a bonsai tree logo and the words Ritual of the Spirit.
According to details, after the suspects succeeded in robbing the items, they fled in several vehicles, including a tan four-door Infinity, a gray KIA SUV and a white SUV.Honda(Honda), a four-door Kia, and a black Audi.
Officials said no one was injured during the incident and there was no threat of violence. Employees and customers did not confront the suspect, something police said was the right thing to do. The Los Angeles Police Department posted a video of the crime scene on the Commercial Crime Unit YouTube page, calling on the public to help arrest the suspect. Anyone with information regarding the vandalism that occurred at the Nike store on the night of the 19th is asked to contact Detective Juan Campos of the Organized Crime Retail Task Force at 213-486-6958; Or contact the LA Crime Stoppers website, or submit an anonymous tip by calling 1-800-222-8477.
CompleteCaliforniaThe crackdown on organized retail crime continues, and law enforcement officials recently announced that as part of a large-scale operation, 137 suspects have been arrested and three stolen vehicles and merchandise valued at more than $60,000 have been seized. Has been recovered.
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