ANTIOCH (CBS SF) — Four hammer-wielding suspects smashed locked plexiglass cases at an Antioch Walgreens over the weekend, stealing $2,400 worth of cosmetics and other merchandise.

Antioch police said the brazen smash-and-grab took place Saturday night at 8:36 p.m. at the Walgreens located at 3416 Deer Valley Road.

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As stunned employees looked on, the four suspects pulled out hammers and began smashing the cases. The suspects were described as three males and a female. They wore “COVID-19 style masks and hoodie-style sweatshirts.”

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No injuries were reported. The four suspects fled and remained at large early Monday.

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Anyone with information regarding the incident can contact Antioch police at (925) 779-6874 or text the key word ANTIOCH to 274637 (CRIMES).