TBS Today, April 2

Let's get straight to today's news:

  • A woman police say took more than $54,000 in clothing during repeated thefts from North Face is in jail after a months-long BPD investigation
  • A trio hit the Berkeley Sephora on Fourth Street over the weekend, stealing $13,000 in products from the beauty shop
  • People with a gun opened fire on a Berkeley resident who interrupted them during a car theft attempt over the weekend
Berkeley police catch prolific North Face retail theft suspect
Maljanae Williams was part of an “organized retail theft crew” in San Francisco known as the Rainbow Crew, according to BPD.
Thieves steal $13,000 in goods from Berkeley Sephora
Police spotted the getaway car but could not chase it because of BPD’s vehicle pursuit policy.
Gunfire in Berkeley during conflict over auto theft attempt
The car thieves shot at a resident who struck their getaway car with a baseball bat as they fled the scene, police said.

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UPDATE: Man, 62, in critical condition after BART incident
As of 4:30 p.m., BART said there was “limited service” on the red and orange line and that BART is working to restore full service.

We asked BART if there were any updates on the man's condition and the transit agency said they had none.

Berkeley police investigate Claremont car break-in spree
Police spotted the involved vehicle speeding southbound and running red lights on Claremont Avenue, according to preliminary reports.

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