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The storefront windows of the Louis Vuitton and Saks Fifth Avenue stores in Beverly Hills were smashed during attempted burglaries in a single day Sunday.

The attempted burglaries within the 200 block of North Rodeo Force and the 9600 block of Wilshire Boulevard were reported round 12: 30 a.m., in accordance to the Beverly Hills Police Division.

“Extra than one suspects touring in a few automobiles descended on the locations and susceptible a sledgehammer to are trying to shatter thru entrance windows,” Beverly Hills police Sgt. Anthony Adams told KTLA.

The burglars did no longer earn into the stores, and nothing modified into taken, in accordance to the Police Division.

Video bought by KTLA showed the Louis Vuitton storefront modified into shattered, however no longer broken into.

Police, supported by armed deepest safety, receive elevated patrols within the assign, the sergeant acknowledged.

The attempted burglaries in Beverly Hills came actual sooner or later after about 80 folk ransacked a Nordstrom within the San Francisco Bay Space. Police known as it “clearly a planned match.”

That incident came after Louis Vuitton, Fendi, Yves Saint Laurent, Burberry and Dolce & Gabbana in San Francisco’s Union Square were all focused Friday evening by a mammoth team of folk who smashed windows and stole merchandise, police acknowledged.

Adams acknowledged he didn’t know if the Bay Space incidents were associated to what came about in Beverly Hills.

No arrests were reported within the Beverly Hills attempted burglaries, and no description of the suspects modified into accessible.

The Beverly Hills Police Division is gathered investigating the incident.

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