A Nordstrom store in the San Francisco Bay Area of California was looted and ransacked by around 80 people in just one minute. The looters maneuvered their vehicles to block the street in front of the store in a synchronized fashion. They hopped out and immediately ransacked the store, taking whatever they could hold in their hands. Most of the looters escaped the scene in their vehicles. At least one car was caught by police with stolen Nordstrom items inside. Cases with details specific to this are not necessarily common occurrences in California or anywhere else. However, retail theft in the San Francisco area is extremely common.
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