SAN FRANCISCO (CBS 5) – A group of at least five young women rushed into a Ferrari store in San Francisco’s Union Square Wednesday afternoon and carried out a smash-and-grab theft.

The takeover took place shortly before 2 p.m. at the Corner of Market and Stockton Streets, where the group of women made off with about $5,000 in or apparel and other items branded with the Ferrari logo.

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The girls managed to get about a block from the store to the Powell Street cable car turnaround. That’s where police were able to arrest them and, with the help of store employees, make positive identifications.

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Police said they don’t know if this was an isolated incident or linked to other crimes.

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