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Alleged Smash-And-Grab Robbery At Jewelry Store Caught on Camera

Alleged Smash-And-Grab Robbery At Jewelry Store Caught on Camera

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ID #22-38 Alleged suspects Credit San Bruno PD

ID #22-38 Alleged suspects Credit San Bruno PD

Alleged Smash-And-Grab Robbery At Jewelry Store In Tanforan Mall

San Bruno Police Department Press Release

January 25, 2022

SUBJECT: Smash and Grab Robbery

On January 24, 2022, at 6:52 p.m., San Bruno Police Officers responded to a jewelry store inside the mall on the report of a robbery. Responding officers learned that a group of five males allegedly entered the store and proceeded to smash several glass display cases with various tools. An undisclosed amount of merchandise was stolen. All five males fled out the front entrance of the mall. None of the store employees were injured during the robbery.

The suspects are described as males in their teens to early ’20s.

Suspect-1: Black male, wearing a black jacket and black pants
Suspect-2: Unknown race male, wearing a black jacket and blue jeans
Suspect-3: Black male, wearing a black jacket and black pants
Suspect-4: Black male, wearing a black jacket and black pants with white stripes
Suspect-5: Unknown race male, wearing a black jacket and tan pants

This is the second similar robbery at the mall in the past week. The previous incident took place on Friday, January 21, 2022.

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