Suspect still on the run craft cannabis A robbery at gunpoint in Oakland, California stole approximately $100,000 worth of products. To make matters worse, witnesses say it took hours for police to arrive on the scene.
In the early hours of August 6, police responded to a report of a robbery near 2500 Willow Street in Auckland. Police said three cars and three of his unidentified people parked at his number 2400 on Willow Street around 2:30 a.m. on Saturday before breaking into the store and causing a power outage. rice field.
KTVU Fox 2 report CRAFT (Citizens Research Alliance for Therapeutics) cannabis owner Alan Sorrentino was notified of the robbery early Saturday morning by his alarm company. Auckland police were called multiple times. So Sorrentino checked the situation, but he was forced to leave as the suspect pointed a gun at him. He continued to watch them from a distance as he ransacked the building via surveillance cameras.
“At about 2:50 a.m. they cut power to the entire building,” said Sorrentino, owner of Craft Cannabis in Oakland. Said KTVU Fox 2.
According to Sorrentino, the intruders appeared to carry out an elaborate plan step by step.
“Unfortunately, they were able to get basically all of their inventory, so they had to close,” Sorrentino said. Police were able to identify some vehicles from surveillance video.
“A white Toyota pickup truck, a small black sedan, probably a Mazda or a Toyota. Then several other vehicles were involved after going into the vault to help unload,” Sorrentino said. .
Over the next few hours, the suspect broke down walls, broke door locks, and smashed down stairs. Auckland Police said they arrived at the scene around 7:30 a.m. and were unable to respond immediately because no officers were available at that time.
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No arrests have been made in this incident. If you have information about this incident, please contact the Auckland Police Burglary Division at (510) 238-3951.
Crime wave at Oakland Infirmary
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