Police Officers Swarm Getaway Car, Drag Suspect Into Street After Thieves Completely Empty Out Louis Vuitton Store in San Francisco (VIDEO)


San Francisco – A Louis Vuitton store in Union Square was completely emptied out Friday evening after a dozen thieves smashed windows and ran off with stolen merchandise.

According to eyewitnesses, more than a dozen thieves were seen running out of the luxury retailer with stolen goods.


The Louis Vuitton in San Francisco union square just got emptied out ?

— Yealenne (@Yealenne) November 20, 2021

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A black male was seen running out of Louis Vuitton with stolen merchandise as police officers rushed to the scene and swarmed a getaway car.

Police officers used batons to smash the getaway car’s windows and dragged a suspect out to the street.


Louis Vuitton San Francisco, Union square got cleared out!!

— Da Juan (@CARLITOSGUEY) November 20, 2021

CBS San Francisco reported police have already arrested multiple suspects involved in the heist.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the San Francisco police department at (415) 575-4444 or text a tip to TIP411 and start the message with SFPD.

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