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Calif, Nike store, robbed by thieves, who went out of the shop with lots of goods

to connectVideoAt least five suspects have been caught robbing the Nike store at the camera

Raw video: Cell phone video footage of five men, left of the, Nike retail store carrying the merchandise they had not paid for. The Nike store in Redlands, California, usa. it is being robbed for it. Police are unsure if the crimes are connected.

A group of men in California are rude are stolen by a Nike store on Monday, just walk in with shoes and apparel by the box-load.

The group of five men were at the Nike Factory Store at the Mountain Grove Shopping Center in Redlands, around 8:30 a.m., when they left, according to police.

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The brazen thieves seemed to be unfazed as she took the mass of the goods, and walked right in through the front door to the outside, as the metal detectors sounded the alarm. A customer in the store who filmed the incident, told KTLA that the group knew exactly where they were going.”

The robbery suspect is seen dragging the victim up the stairs, through the bag and the belt

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As soon as she’s out of the shop, the group brought the goods in an SUV and fled the scene, according to KABC.

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Witnesses told investigators that the robbery occurred within a few minutes. Authorities say the, Nike Factory Store, has been hit by thieves several times before, but it was unclear whether the robberies were connected.

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Nike’s employees are reported to have said that they will not be allowed to participate in this kind of situation, and instead called the police.

Anyone with information regarding this incident is urged to be in contact with the X-Division, the Police and 909-798-7681.

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