Authorities have arrested four suspects involved in the robbery at Los Angeles’ Home Depot
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Beverly Hills police arrested four men He is also suspected of participating in a mob robbery At the Home Depot at Lakewood Center Mall in Los Angeles.
These people remained in the custody of the authorities After his arrest in Beverly Hills.
Los Angeles Police Department She reported that minutes after 9 p.m. on Friday they received a report of several cars that were circulating without license plates in the Beverly Hills and Dayton Way area.
A patrol stopped a vehicle and The driver and three passengers were detained, they were booked into the Lakewood Sheriff’s Station.
With this arrest, some items allegedly part of the merchandise stolen from the store have been recovered, authorities said Saturday.
Home Depot theft happens next Several robberies, known as flash mobs, involved dozens of people entering stores to steal luxury goodsSome of them hold a hammer in hand which they use to break the glass where the items are displayed.
After the incident on Friday night at Home Depot, The authorities have assigned more officers to increase surveillance in the area.
At about 7:45 p.m. on Friday, eight men, ages 15 to 20, entered the Lakewood Center Mall Home Depot location and walked straight to the tool aisle, where they picked up a sledgehammer, sledgehammers, and mallets valued at about $400.
The authorities considered it These tools can be used in future thefts.
Home Depot employees noted that the suspects parked in front of the store in 10 cars, wore ski masks, and entered to remove hammers, hammers and levers.
Workers tried to stop them, but the robbers raised a sledgehammer and threatened to hurt a customer before fleeing the scene.
If you have information that could help authorities identify and arrest Home Depot store thieves, You can call Lakewood Sheriff’s Station at 562-623-3500.
In the past week, several mass robberies have occurred in Los Angeles County.
The Los Angeles Police Department created a citywide tactical alert that remained active through Saturday morning to prevent accidents from happening on Black Friday.
As of Saturday afternoon, Los Angeles police had not reported whether burglaries had occurred in the city on Friday.
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