According to footage shared on social media, New York City robbers pulled the camera on luxury SUVs – including the allegedly expensive Rolls-Royce – before robbing a top-level retail store in Manhattan.
The video, filmed by NBC producer Keith Feldman, shows two people in SoHo getting out of two cars on Monday night before picking up boxes and charging through a smashed door.
“The robbers actually pull in good cars and clean up the shops in #SoHo. What #Curfew? ” Feldman wrote on Twitter.
You can hear one of the men shouting, “Come on, come on.” Before the obvious thieves jumped back in their luxury rides.
“It’s incredible, on the right, 000 500,000 Rolls Royce,” said one observer Wrote on Twitter.
Another The car has been identified As Rolls-Royce Cullinan, they say “starts 300km north.”
The retail raid took place around 11pm. The city-wide curfew was enforced Monday night after demonstrators turned violent in Manhattan over the death of George Floyd. The curfew was changed to 8pm after the start time. Tuesday by Mayor Bill de Blasio and extended until Sunday night.
The store’s name and location at the scene were not immediately known – it was unclear whether police were called.
Floyd, who was in black, died on May 25 when white police officer Derek Chuvvic hit the floor in the neck for nearly nine minutes.