Burglars drive into Union Square boutique, flee with designer handbags

Two suspects remain at large after crashing a vehicle into an upscale designer boutique in San Francisco's Union Square before burglarizing the store of handbags early this morning, police said.

Officers received a report of the burglary on Maiden Lane near Grant Avenue at about 3 a.m., police said.

Based on the preliminary investigation, police said that after crashing the vehicle into the building, causing a glass window to shatter, the passenger of the vehicle got out and stole handbags from the store.

An employee at the Prada store said the burglary took place at the Chanel boutique. However, an employee at Chanel refused to comment on the incident this morning.

Police said the suspects were seen driving a white vehicle. Police said they are working to release more information about the vehicle as well as suspect descriptions.Bay Area NewsBurglaryCrimeCrime & CourtsMaiden LaneSan Francisco Police Department

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