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California’s plague of property crime has turned fatal after a Los Angeles shoplifting incident produced deadly results.
According to KTLA-TV , a Rite Aid employee working at a store in the city’s Glassell Park neighborhood confronted two shoplifters Thursday night.
When the employee tried to stop the men from leaving the store with two cases of beer they hadn’t paid for, one of the men fired a weapon, KTLA reported.
The shooting occurred about 8:45 p.m.
The Los Angeles Police Department said the Rite Aid employee was dead at the scene, and the two men had left the area on foot, Fox reported . The employee was later identified by police as Miguel Penaloza, 36, of Los Angeles.
On Saturday, the LAPD released images of the two suspects from the shooting, KTLA reported. Los Angeles police have released images of two men suspected in the fatal shooting of a Rite Aid employee this week in Glassell Park https://t.co/nkx21lON96 — KTLA (@KTLA) July 17, 2021 The KTLA report from Saturday is below: The LAPD is requesting the public’s help in identifying these two men.
California criminals have become further emboldened in their illegal activity as of late.
San Francisco , in particular, has gained attention recently for several audacious retail thefts captured on camera.
This includes video of several suspects leaving a Nieman Marcus store with their arms full of stolen purses, as well as a man placing items into a large bag before leaving a Walgreens pharmacy . Cell phone video taken inside a #SanFrancisco Walgreens shows a man packing a garbage bag full of items while multiple people, including security filmed from feet away. Video shows him riding right past them on his bike down the aisle and out the door. https://t.co/llBFeD1cjp pic.twitter.com/9BwSHuTVII — ABC7 News (@abc7newsbayarea) June 15, 2021 SFPD confirms this shoplifting incident at Neiman Marcus in Union Square at about 5:49 pm. A man I spoke w/tonite says his wife works in area, saw it happen & sent me this video which is circulating online. Handbags at Palo Alto NM were also stolen in a similar fashion in May pic.twitter.com/KOSY8sbaGO — Dion […]
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