Most recent snatch and-run burglary hits Southern California Nordstrom

Los Angeles police are chasing after cheats who hurried into a Southern California Nordstrom store Wednesday night and escaped with expensive products

LOS ANGELES – Thieves raced into a Southern California Nordstrom store the prior night Thanksgiving and escaped with expensive products in the most recent of a line of coordinated retail burglaries.

Five individuals, one wearing an orange hairpiece, entered the open store in a matter of seconds before 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Westfield Topanga Mall in the Canoga Park space of Los Angeles, took seven or eight costly totes and escaped in a vehicle, police said.

A safety officer was showered with some sort of substance by the cheats and was treated at the scene, police said.

Squad cars and ambulances combined on the shopping center however there were no quick captures.

Different police cruisers, just as fire engines and ambulances, were seen stopped external the Nordstrom store at the well known shopping complex in Canoga Park.

Lately, packs of hoodlums, some furnished with sledges and crowbars, have crushed their direction into cut off top of the line stores and made with a huge number of dollars in products, specialists said.

Police have reacted by moving forward watches and stores have been expanding security.

On Monday night, around 20 individuals struck a Nordstrom store at The Grove retail and diversion complex in Los Angeles and escaped with about $5,000 worth of product, police said.

In Santa Rosa, four youngsters ran into an Apple Store Wednesday morning and escaped with $20,000 in merchandise, police said.

Police in Palo Alto reported Wednesday that two ladies had been captured regarding a Sunday night endeavor to take things from the RealReal clothing shop downtown.

Police said 30 to 40 individuals showed up in approximately 20 vehicles and attempted to stall the glass front entryway however it held. A safety officer detailed the work and the group escaped as police showed up.