Mountain View Police Release Video Of Smash-And-Grab Suspect

MOUNTAIN VIEW (CBS SF) — Police in Mountain View are seeking a suspect in a smash-and-grab burglary in a Starbucks coffee shop parking lot on Monday.

Police today released video of the burglary, which occurred around 9:55 a.m. Monday in the parking lot on Pear Avenue off of North Shoreline Boulevard.

The suspect, a tall black man in his early 20s who wore gray pants and a gray sweatshirt with white  tennis shoes, can be seen in the video walking up to a red Nissan Leaf.

He then looks around and pulls his sleeve over his right hand, then smashes the back windshield of the car and grabs a backpack, which police said contained a laptop.

The suspect then walks over to a newer-model Hyundai Sonata that drove away. Police are asking anyone who recognizes the man or car, or has any other information about the case, to call Officer Doerres at (650) 903-6344.

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One Comment

  1. Nathan Osomeiser says:

    I am always nervous when I spot a negro in our neighborhood. You know they just there to terrify the nice ladies’ genitals or take some property.

  2. ZumaMom says:

    Deport him back to the jungles of Africa.

  3. me says:

    black crime matters

  4. Ben S says:

    The riots in North Carolina are entertaining though. It is interesting how black people actually think they are equal to those of us in society that have built things and have made modern life what it is today. Blacks working in low-paying jobs are simply a place holder until technology can take their jobs away from them and they can join the other uneducated freaks in the unemployment line where they can smoke their joints and sell each other their loose women and their crack cocaine.

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