Designer handbags stolen in Cow Hollow heist

Police are looking for five men between ages 18 and 25 who stolen a dozen designer handbags from a store in Cow Hollow late Friday morning.

The suspects walked into the store in the 3000 block of Fillmore Street around 11:15 a.m. and jumped over the register before taking the 12 handbags, police said.

One suspect pushed a victim to the ground, while another suspect punched a second victim in the face, according to police.

The suspects then fled in their vehicle, a gray Jeep Liberty with paper plates, east on Lombard Street, police said. It wasn’t immediately known if they had a weapon.

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