Los Angeles police are investigating a burglary, assault and attempted robbery of Nordstrom stores in Encino and Burbank that took place the morning of Nov. 12, according to reports from the Los Angeles Times and KTLA, NBC Los Angeles and KTLA, all citing police.
Police say that on the morning of Nov. 12 at about 6:50 a.m., Nordstrom was robbed of bags containing handbags, as well as a store employee who was assaulted in the act. The attack took place at Nordstrom in Burbank, police told KTLA.
The incident took place at 8300 Burbank Blvd. and at 8020 Sepulveda Blvd. in Encino, according to the L.A. Times and KTLA.
Surveillance video from a woman who walked to the Burbank store to report the theft has been released by police.
Police are also investigating whether the robbery took place at Nordstrom at Westfield Topanga Mall, which is located just outside of the Burbank police jurisdiction, L.A. NBC-affiliate KNBC reported.
In addition to the video released by Burbank police, L.A. County Sheriff’s Department released two more videos taken from shoppers’ video cameras, and one more from the Nordstrom’s security camera, KNBC reported.
The video shows a person jumping out of a car, picking up a bag off the ground and walking off with it, with his face covered. The robbery in Burbank took place at about 6:50 a.m., police said.
No further information was immediately available.