In connection with a flash mob burglary in Saint Laurent that was captured on camera, Glendale police made their first arrest.
$400,000 in Merchandise was Stolen during Flash Mob Burglary in Saint Laurent
The items worth over $400,000 was stolen and one out of 30 suspects in connection to the flash mob burglary in Saint Laurent was detained on Thursday morning. He is 23 named Ivan Isaac Ramirez. Police were informed by witnesses about the flash mob burglary in Saint Laurent that a large group entered the business, stole a number of products and then fled the scene in about 20 different vehicles. Officers initially thought the group stole $300,000 worth of goods.
The heist was one of many flash mob burglary in Saint Laurent and may flash robberies that took place during the past few weeks. 30 robbers dressed in masks and armed with bear spray broke into a Nordstrom store on Saturday in the Westfield Topanga shopping mall and stole $300,000 worth of goods. Another bunch of robbers broke into a Nike store in East Los Angeles on Sunday, many of them seemed to be children. And the latest one is the flash mob burglary in Saint Laurent.
How do Los Angeles Leaders Handle the Situation and the Suspects?
Ramirez was arrested by police because he involved in flash mob burglary in Saint Laurent and sent to a jail in Glendale on counts of organized retail theft, burglary, grand theft, and conspiracy. Brianna Jimenez, 21, has been named by police as a second suspect in the flash mob burglary in Saint Laurent. Leaders in Los Angeles created a multi-agency task force to reduce the number of flash mobs robbing establishments in response to the current flash mob burglary in Saint Laurent.