A mob of thieves smashed the window of a Larkspur enterprise Sunday evening, leading to $250,000 in damages and lack of merchandise in against the law just like these occurring across the Bay Space, police stated.
A non-public safety guard employed by The RealReal within the Marin Nation Mart Procuring Middle referred to as police at about 9:15 p.m. to report the incident involving roughly 40 suspects, Central Marin Police reported Wednesday.
Police stated officers arrived on the scene in roughly two and a half minutes, however the suspects had already fled.
Later that evening, Palo Alto police reported an tried window-smash housebreaking at The RealReal retailer in that metropolis, Central Marin Police stated. Two suspects had been arrested in that case. Palo Alto police additionally recovered property believed to be from the Larkspur housebreaking earlier that evening. Palo Alto police booked the 2 suspects into the Santa Clara County Major Jail.
Detectives from Central Marin Police had been investigating the hyperlink of the suspects to the housebreaking in Larkspur.
Previous to Central Marin Police acquiring the required proof to apprehend the 2 suspects, the suspects had been launched from the Santa Clara County Jail. In response, the Central Marin Police, with help from the Marin County District Lawyer’s Workplace, obtained arrest warrants for the 2 suspects.
Central Marin Police are trying to apprehend the suspects. They stated they’d not determine the suspects till they’re taken into custody.
With comparable crimes occurring all through the Bay Space in current days, Central Marin Police stated they’ve stepped up patrols in retail areas.
The Marin Nation Mart Procuring Middle website describes The RealReal as “the world’s largest market for authenticated, resale luxurious items, with greater than 24 million members. With a rigorous authentication course of overseen by consultants, The RealReal gives a secure and dependable platform for shoppers to purchase and promote their luxurious gadgets.”