WALNUT CREEK, Calif. (KRON) — A Louis Vuitton retailer in Walnut Creek is quickly closed after suspects tried to burglarize it early Tuesday morning. Town mentioned the suspects crashed a automotive into the entrance of the shop to get inside.
The shop had plywood over considered one of its home windows and an indication posted asserting the short-term closure on Tuesday. Walnut Creek police mentioned that at about 4:30 a.m., 15 folks have been on the retailer trying to steal from it.
Police have been known as to the shop at 1211 Broadway Plaza, and upon arrival they noticed the suspects trying the housebreaking. The Metropolis of Walnut Creek mentioned the roughly 15 suspects have been using in 4 vehicles.
They scattered in a number of instructions when police arrived, and an officer noticed one of many suspect automobiles dashing westbound on Freeway 24. A pursuit was initiated however terminated close to Orinda.
A black 2017 Land Rover was recovered by police in entrance of the shop. This was the automotive used to smash the shop window, town mentioned. The automotive was decided to be stolen out of Sacramento.
The worth of things stolen from the shop is unknown, town mentioned.
Police are reviewing surveillance footage and investigating leads. Anybody with data is requested to e-mail Detective Matt Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org.