Fourteen ‘people’ arrested for smash-and grab robberies already released. Whose committing all these smash-and-grab robberies? People… just people… and suspects.


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Fri, December 3, 2021 – Fourteen people have been arrested over a series of smash-and-grab robberies at retail outlets in Los Angeles in recent weeks, police say.

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Looters raid San Jose jewelry store as California smash-and-grab wave continues

By Jesse O’Neill December 2, 2021

A gang of masked goons smashed up and robbed a San Jose jewelry store Thursday afternoon, the latest smash-and-grab raid to hit a business in California.

Four suspects entered the Quick Service Jewelry Design in the Eastridge Mall and used hammers to bash display cases before fleeing with jewels, according to police.

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