14 people raided a Louis Vuitton store on the outskirts of Chicago for $ 120,000 in goods

According to police, more than 12 people were caught in surveillance footage of a Louis Vuitton store on the outskirts of Chicago, grabbing a bag and wiping the shelves.

The theft took place Wednesday at about 3:30 pm at a store in Oakbrook Center, Oakbrook, Illinois. The police said..

This footage shows a suspect in a mask and hooded sweatshirt jumping into a store, filling his arms with bags and other items, and then jumping out.

Police said all 14 suspects had fled the scene in three separate vehicles waiting for them. As of Friday, Chicago Police Department recovered one of the three vehicles allegedly used for theft, according to Oak Brook police. The Dodge Charger reported stolen from Chicago in October.

No injuries have been reported and no weapons have been exhibited.

Oak Brook police update The goods taken on Friday were worth an estimated $ 120,000.

“We are still developing and working on some leads to identify the criminals involved in the case,” Oak Brook police said on Friday.