Pharmacy, Cannabis Dispensary And Other Stores Flash Robbed in Oakland

Chris Menahan
Nov. 22, 2021

A series of flash robberies involving hordes of thugs were caught on video over the weekend in Oakland, California.

KGO-TV San Francisco's Dion Lim shared multiple incidents on Twitter:

A cannabis dispensary was also flash looted over the weekend:

Similar flash robberies are taking place in vibrant cities all over the US.

KPIX shared a rundown of some of the robberies that took place just over the weekend in the SF Bay Area:

Monday, November 15
  • Three people were arrested after dozens of looters swarmed into the Nordstrom store in downtown Walnut Creek, terrorizing shoppers, assaulting employees, and ransacking shelves before fleeing in a several vehicles waiting for them on the street.
  • A suspect was killed in a fatal officer-involved shooting and a 17-year-old was shot dead in separate incidents in Oakland, while a gunfire erupted at a massive sideshow at 90th and MacArthur Blvd.
  • A cannabis dispensary at 8440 Enterprise Way in Oakland was robbed while a marijuana growing operation was broken into at 26th and Adeline.
  • A mob of looters were captured on security camera stealing prescription drugs from Wellspring Pharmacy in Oakland.
  • A large mob of people caused a huge disturbance inside Southland Mall in Hayward, with dozen of looters breaking display cases at Sam's Jewelers and quickly fleeing with merchandise.
  • A group of people took over the Lululemon store on San Jose's Santana Row, fleeing with merchandise before police arrived.
  • There was an exchange of gunfire between a security guard and looters at an online marijuana dispensary and distribution center in the 300 block of Pendleton Way. At least one looter was wounded by gunfire.
  • Looters made off with merchandise at a Walgreens on High Street in Oakland.
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