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NYC shoplifting gang stole $70,000 of designer clothes and bags,

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A suspected shoplifting gang who are said to have stolen $70,000 of designer gear were filmed ramming a NYPD cop car to try and escape - only for officers to stop them. The three suspects, identified as Janavia Marable, 29, https://www.openj-gate.com/site/inspectionprofresno.com Brianna Grier, 27, and Jahil Pamplin, 29, were filmed being busted after targeting Kirna Zabete  - a high-end boutique that specializes in selling designer fashion - in Manhattan's ritzy SoHo neighborhood on Sunday. Their Dodge Charger was filmed trying to race away from cops on Canal Street, then reversing into an NYPD cruiser in a bid to disable it.But moments later, a huge posse of cops descended on the Dodge and started smashing at it with batons, with the suspects, who are from Newark in , pulled out moments later.The smash and grab raid is one of many blighting New York City - and cities nationwide - and comes as the New York Police Department reported a 44 percent spike in crime since last year. Leaders in the retail industry - which was already hard hit by the impacts of the pandemic, labor shortages and supply chain interruptions - argue theft has gotten out of control and security guards have their hands tied, as they are told to 'observe and report' and not get physical with criminals.  A Fontas Advisors and Core Decision Analytics poll found that of 840 New York voters surveyed, 59 percent agreed with the statement: My family would have a better future if we left New York City permanently.' In comparison, just 15 per cent 'strongly disagreed' and 26 per cent 'somewhat disagreed' for a total of 41 per cent.  Crime was the l They made off with a Dior pants, Dior jacket, Gucci pants, several Gucci jackets, Sacai jackets, a Bottega crossbody and a Bottega Jodie bag, all of which is worth a combined $14,400. The Bottega Jodie bag alone retails at more than $2,000. The three Newark, New Jersey residents were all charged with grand larceny, reckless endangerment, fleeing an officer and resisting arrest. Authorities said the two women in the group had previously shoplifted at the same store back on February 6, and received an extra charge for robbery for that incident.  During that time, Marable, Grier and two other suspects entered the store before making off with 26 handbags valued at $50,000.  Police said in that incident, one of the thieves showed a store employee a gun in his waistband, with the suspects eventually fleeing the scene in two white SUVs. That investigation is ongoing, according to police.   RELATED ARTICLES



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Retailers have been pushing lawmakers for stricter punishments against shoplifters as a crimewave sweeps the nation, including in NYC where a Rite Aid store in midtown Manhattan closed its doors in February after having $200,000 worth of product stolen in just two months.'They come in every day, sometimes twice a day, with laundry bags and just load up on stuff,' an employee at the now-shuttered Hell's Kitchen drug store, which used to be open 24 hours, told the New York Post. 'They take whatever they want and we can't do anything about it. It's why the store is closing. They can't afford to keep it open.' Designer stores in New York City and nationwide are seeing rampant smash and grab and high street chains are targeted by brazen shoplifters who walk out with armfuls of stolen goods without being stopped by security or staff. Duane Reade in NYC has been the target of a series of robberies by teenage gangs since February. Another chemist chain, CVS Pharmacy, claims shoplifting has increased by 300 percent since the start of the pandemic began, and Rite Aid closed down a store in Midtown earlier this year after having $200,000 worth of product stolen. Retailers have been pushing lawmakers for stricter punishments against shoplifters as a crimewave sweeps the nation, including in NYC where a Rite Aid store in midtown Manhattan closed its doors in February after having $200,000 worth of product stolen in just two months.  Pictured: NYPD investigate the scene after ramming a shoplifting suspect's car in an effort to stop them from fleeing Janavia Marable, 29, and Brianna Grier, 27, two suspects being arrested for the shoplifting incident in Soho The three Newark, New Jersey residents, who of which pictured above, were all charged with grand larceny, reckless endangerment, fleeing an officer and resisting arrest Violent crime continues to rise in New York City, with overall crime up more than 44 percent'They come in every day, sometimes twice a day, with laundry bags and just load up on stuff,' an employee at the now-shuttered Hell's Kitchen drug store, which used to be open 24 hours, told the .'They take whatever they want and we can't do anything about it. It's why the store is closing. They can't afford to keep it

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