Over $100,000 in stolen designer merchandise recovered in Bay Area

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Courtesy: CHP Golden Gate

RENO, Nev. (KRON) — Three suspects were arrested in the Bay Area for stealing thousands of dollars worth of retail merchandise.

According to the California Highway Patrol Golden Gate, almost $50,000 worth of clothing was stolen from a Lululemon in Reno, Nevada on February 5.

The company’s own investigators found that some of the suspects are from the Bay Area and enlisted the help of a retail crime task force made up of San Francisco authorities, who then executed search warrants and found three men suspected of being involved in the theft.

CHP said they recovered over $150,000 worth of stolen goods from several stores like Lululemon, Gucci, Chanel, Nordstrom, Sephora and more. They also found $7,000 in cash and a handgun.

Suspects Mario Omar Cisneros-Cruz, Owen Omar Cisneros-Rodriguez and Saul Garcia Hernandez were arrested on charges of organized retail crime, possession of stolen property, grand theft and theft of lost property.

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