No products in the cart.
A flash mob of teens could be seen on camera ransacking a Nike store in Los Angeles and taking off with about $12,000 worth of merchandise, according to authorities.
Seventeen masked youngsters rolled up in five different cars and descended on the chain store on South Alameda Street on Sunday evening around 6 p.m. and quickly filled up clothing and boxes of sneakers into trash bags, the LAPD said.
Stunned customers looked on as the thieves quickly filled their trash bags to the brim with goodies from the athletic retail shop, according to footage posted online.
“Y’all all ghetto as f—k,” one woman was heard saying as a small child cried.
“Can’t have s–t over here.”
One young man, wearing a hoodie with the logo of a bonsai tree, even made sure to grab an entire row of sweats and hoodies with his right arm as he held his bag of boxes with his left arm as he made a hasty exit, the video shows.
Police said four girls and 13 boys between the ages of 15 and 20 were involved in the heist.
The cars they jumped in and out of included a tan Infiniti four-door, a gray Kia SUV, a Kia four-door, a white Honda and a black Audi, cops said.