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Police investigating strong-arm robbery at Stanford Shopping Center

HORIZONTAL – The Palo Alto Police Office brand on the doorway a law enforcement car in Palo Alto, Calif. on September 9, 2009. (Ananda Paulas/Bay City Information)

Palo Alto law enforcement are investigating a strong-arm theft that happened at the Stanford Searching Middle Tuesday. A suspect and an accomplice are at big. 

Law enforcement said dispatch gained a phone about an incident at the browsing center’s Nordstrom keep on 180 El Camino Authentic at close to 4:55 p.m. The victim, a girl in her twenties, said the incident transpired about 10 minutes just before the get in touch with and that she regarded the suspect as another person with whom she shares an acquaintance. She explained to police the suspect experienced fled in a auto.  

Police issued a launch about their preliminary investigation. The victim mentioned she procured close to $2,500 worth of products at Nordstrom and was then verbally accosted by a woman and a woman accomplice within the shop. The suspect grabbed the victim’s bags, together with her buys, and ran outside the retailer. The target chased following the two gals and said she last saw them in a vehicle touring eastbound on Sand Hill Highway towards El Camino Actual. The woman mentioned the major suspect, the lady she acknowledged, was the passenger in the motor vehicle. 

The victim explained both equally the suspect and the accomplice as women of all ages in their twenties. The most important suspect is explained to be 5’1″ and close to 140 kilos. She was weaning a black tank leading, black jeans and sandals. The accomplice was carrying an orange shirt, black jacket, blue denims and a white surgical mask. 

The suspect vehicle is explained as a newer grey 4-door Toyota Camry. Law enforcement mentioned there have been no weapons involved in this incident. 

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