$10,000 in goods stolen from San Mateo Lululemon, 4 people arrested

Image from San Mateo Police Department

(KRON) — Four people were arrested Thursday in connection with a major theft at a Lululemon, San Mateo police said. The thieves allegedly took nearly $10,000 worth of merchandise from the store.

SMPD responded to the Hillsdale Mall store at 1:56 p.m. A witness said three suspects grabbed clothes, ran out of the store and jumped into a fleeing car heading toward the highway 101.

Officers from several Peninsula police departments searched for the white Subaru believed to be the getaway car. He was seen heading north on the 101 Freeway toward San Francisco, police said.

The police tried to stop the car, but the driver tried to flee. The Subaru was later found abandoned in San Francisco. Police said it had been stolen earlier in the day.

Four suspects were located and arrested. They were identified as Theodore Gore, 30, of San Francisco, Sierra Mansanares, 27, of San Francisco, Camy Massutti, 32, of San Francisco and Jesus Olivarez, 31, of Antioch.

They were all arrested for second-degree robbery and burglary. Gore, the alleged getaway driver, will also face charges related to fleeing police and the stolen vehicle.

Images shared by police show a wide assortment of pants as items taken from Lululemon.

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