Thieves steal nearly $10,000 worth of property in California in two separate incidents

Thieves stole nearly $10,000 in goods from Home Depot and Nordstrom in two separate incidents in California this week.

A large group of brazen men broke into a Home Depot in Signal Hill on August 27, filling two shopping carts with $5,000 worth of power tools as shocked employees and customers looked on.

In a video of the Home Depot robbery posted on X, the platform formerly known as TwitterThe seven men, seen in black and gray hoodies, hurried out of the store with their treats.

They pushed two carts to the doors and loaded everything they could into their arms while at least four store employees watched.

The Signal Hill Police Department responded to the incident, according to a report.

A large group of brazen men broke into a Home Depot in Signal Hill on August 27 to steal two carts full of power tools valued at $5,000 in front of shocked employees and customers. bayareastateofmind/Instagram
One of the thieves with a car full of power tools. They pushed two carts to the doors and loaded everything they could into their arms while at least four store employees stood around and watched. bayareastateofmind/Instagram

A day later, a couple was seen running out of an Irvine Nordstrom with arms full of clothes. After leaving the store, they were seen by surveillance running to their Kia Forte, according to video released by the Irvine Police Department.

The two crimes are just another example of brazen thieves hitting retailers in high-profile robberies.

A Macy’s store in Sherman Oaks was attacked last week, where a group of thieves filled bags with merchandise.

Robbery at Nordstroms
A day later, a couple broke into a Nordstrom and ran out with a pile of luxury clothing valued at $4,000. Irvine Police Department

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One of the thieves running up the stairs. After leaving the store, they were seen by surveillance running up the stairs to their Kia Forte before fleeing the scene, according to the Irvine Police Department.

The thief running up the stairs. No one has been arrested in any of the incidents.

The group fled Westfield Fashion Square shopping center in two cars.

No arrests have been made in any of the incidents.

Southern California law enforcement agencies have created a retail crime task force to help curb rising incidents.

The new task force is comprised of the Los Angeles Police Department, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, the U.S. Marshals Apprehension Task Force and the Federal Bureau of Investigation Apprehension Task Force.

The effort has 22 full-time investigators who will focus on retail theft.

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