Los Angeles News
Anti-Semitic remarks on suspicious package left outside Beverly Hills Chanel shop
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (KABC) -- A package with anti-Semitic remarks was left outside of the Beverly Hills Chanel store, and surveillance caught the culprits on tape.
The footage shows the seven suspects walking up to the boutique on the 400 block of North Rodeo Drive at about 11:40 p.m. Sunday.
One suspect is seen setting the box down, while another snaps a picture. Markings on the package led officers to believe that a bomb may be inside. There were also anti-Semitic comments on the package.
The bomb squad was called in, but no explosives were found.
If you have information that can help investigators, you're urged to call the Beverly Hills Police Department's Tip Line at (310) 288-2656.
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