Six suspects had been arrested in San Francisco on Friday evening, accused of leaving a Louis Vuitton store in town’s Union Square procuring district “emptied out,” based on a report.

Other high-end retailers, together with Fendi and Yves Saint Laurent, additionally had been struck, FOX 2 of the Bay Area reported.

Police responded to the world round 8:10 p.m. on reviews of looting and vandalism, the station reported.

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Videos posted on social media confirmed Louis Vuitton’s home windows smashed and confirmed a masked suspect carrying a considerable amount of luxurious merchandise to what gave the impression to be a getaway automobile, based on FOX 2.

One video confirmed cops on foot, catching as much as a suspected getaway automobile and utilizing their batons to smash its windshield and home windows.

Although a number of suspects initially received away, police did “great work” in finally apprehended six suspects, District 3 Supervisor Aaron Peskin told FOX 2.

San Francisco has seen a rash of shoplifting and different retail crimes in current months. Earlier this week, authorities linked a 41-year-old girl to the theft of greater than $40,000 in merchandise from a Target store in town.

Earlier this month, the San Francisco Chronicle was mocked for asking if readers ought to be taught to “tolerate burglaries” as “a part of city living.”

Fox News’ Louis Casiano and Cortney O’Brien contributed to this story.