By CBS 2 Chicago Staff

OAK BROOK, Ill. (CBS) — Police in Oak Brook said Friday that thieves got away with $120,000 worth of merchandise in a grab-and-run theft at the Oakbrook Center Mall Louis Vuitton store.

Oak Brook police were called to the store following a report by mall security at 3:31 p.m. Wednesday. Police said 14 suspects sped off in three different cars after stealing items from the store.

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Surveillance video shows a crowd of people wearing black or red hoodies storming into the store while what appear to be shoppers or staff run out of the way or duck.

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Some of the thieves nearly crash into each other as they grab handbags off shelves. One of them jumps to reach an item on a high shelf. The thieves also knock over chairs and knock a mannequin askew from its position as they take the items and finally run rapidly out the door.

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Police also said late Friday that they have found one of the crew’s getaway cars – a stolen Dodge Charger recovered in Chicago.

CBS 2 Chicago Staff