Police in Wisconsin are searching for a group of 10 men accused of stealing an estimated $30,000 in merchandise in a brazen heist at the Pleasant Prairie Premium Outlets earlier this week.
A video circulating online shows the men entering the North Face store around 7:45 p.m. Monday and quickly grabbing armfuls of merchandise before fleeing the story. The theft was brief — between about 20 and 30 seconds — and ended without confrontation.
Police said the men fled in at least three vehicles, two with Indiana license plates — a maroon Dodge Magnum and a Pontiac Grand Prix of the same color — along with a smaller red car that could be a Chevrolet Cobalt or a similar Pontiac model.
“Each grabbed as much merchandise as they could carry before running to the cars and leaving the property,” said Pleasant Prairie Police Sgt. Aaron Schaffer.
While the incident is still under investigation, Pleasant Prairie Police Chief David Smetana said the heist appears to have a connection to a robbery of an Illinois outlet mall… Journal Record