A Los Angeles Nike store was hit by a pack of thieves who stuffed merchandise into trash bags and took off just days after an area Nordstrom was targeted similarly.
Video posted Sunday on the Citizen App shows the shocking robbery at the crowded Nike Community Store on Whittier Blvd. in East Los Angeles.
The robbery took place Saturday evening and involved two women and one man who were seen grabbing shoe boxes before exiting the store.
The incident is just the latest in a string of similar events where a group of thieves ransacks a store, overwhelming employees and getting away with thousands.
Around the same time on Saturday, a mob struck the Topanga Westfield Nordstrom, smashing and grabbing some $100,000 from cases near the store's entrance.
The Nordstrom robbery was the second occurrence of its kind within a week.
According to officials with the Los Angeles Police Department, the robbery happened just after 5.30pm in the 4500 block of Whittier Blvd.
In the video, a male suspect is seen dropping his bag filled with shoe boxes and scrambling to clean it up as his conspirators continue.
Other guests are seen walking around the store unbothered as the man cleans up the disassembled shoes and then continues out of the store.
Two women are seen in similar situations, walking with trash bags full of clothing and shoes and leading the man out of the store.
In the latest incident, the group got away with roughly $1,000 in merchandise.
It's unclear if the group fled on foot or if they had a getaway car waiting outside the store.
As of Monday morning, police said all three suspects are still at large.
These types of robberies appear to be on the rise and becoming all too common, especially in the Los Angeles area.
In another recent incident, a group of about 20 to 50 suspects struck a Nordstrom northwest of La La Land and swarmed the location.