RICHMOND (KPIX 5) — A slew of seemingly-organized car break-ins has been happening for months at a Bay Area mall, according to Richmond police.

KPIX 5 obtained newly released surveillance video of some of the break-ins at the Pacific East Mall.

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Police said that they’ve noticed that a lot of the victims are tourists, people that leave bags, suitcases, and valuables in plain sight.

In the video, a man can be seen getting out of his car, looking inside another vehicle, quickly punching in the window and stealing something. These break-ins happen fast, investigators said.

“For example, you have laptop computers, you have gym bags. You also have a lot of suitcases. That’s when the suspects break into the cars. It only takes a couple of seconds to break into the car, grab the stuff and escape,” explained Lt. Felix Tan of the Richmond Police Department.

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Investigators have caught a few suspects already in this investigation.

Jaylon Walker (left) and Brooklynn Ogletree (right) Source: Richmond Police

In one recent theft, the suspects stole $150,000 worth of jewelry. Officers issued a warrant for the arrest of Jalon Walker of Vallejo. They’re also looking for Brooklyn Ogletree of Vallejo.

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One thing you can to do protect yourself is to keep bags and electronics with you, or at least tucked out of sight.