At least three people were arrested after about 100 looters ransacked a Nordstrom in Walnut Creek Saturday night.

Bay Area looters have coordinated by the dozens and descended upon high-end retail stores … and on Saturday, Walnut Creek’s number was called.

At least three people were arrested after around 100 looters descended on a Nordstrom in Walnut Creek Saturday night, according to media reports.

Just before 9 p.m. dozens of cars pulled up to 1200 Broadway Plaza to block off the street and rush into store. Footage posted to social media shows looters escaping with armfuls of goods and driving away.

A manager of a nearby PF Chang’s described the chaotic scene to us.

Check out this footage that was captured last night by NBC reporter Jodi Hernandez, who filmed a surreal scene at a Nordstrom store in the mostly upscale East Bay city. As she describes … it looks like scores of people pulled up to the curb in a concerted effort.

She writes, “About 25 cars just blocked the street and rushed into the Walnut Creek Nordstrom making off with goods before getting in cars snd speeding away. At least two people arrested at gunpoint.”

Indeed … her video shows multiple individuals fleeing from inside, running out with several items in hand and throwing them into the line of waiting cars — and then speeding off.

“We probably saw 50 to 80 people in ski masks crowbars a bunch of weapons. They were looting the Nordstrom’s right here. And I thought they were going to start beating cars. I had to start locking doors lock the front door lock the back door,” Brett Barrette told the station.

Three people were arrested and a firearm was recovered, police told us.

She captured more footage of Walnut PD officers arriving on the scene and apprehending a few of the thieves — but by all accounts, a majority of them got away … with only 3 arrests being made that night. Three out of about a reported 80 people — so not even close.

It’s a deeply troubling trend that started to make itself known in San Francisco just the night before, only a stone’s throw away from Walnut Creek, where tons of people broke into a Louis Vuitton store and ransacked the place there as well.

It looks like the cops in that scenario were able to apprehend a few more suspects than here in Walnut — but the fact that so many people showed up to do the same thing really makes ya wonder to what degree this was all planned. In the WC case, it’s quite obvious.

BTW, this is far from a California-only problem … there have been reports of mass looting all over the country for the past several days now, including another hit near Chicago — where another LV store was cleaned out.

Some are tying all this to the Rittenhouse verdict, but it seems clear these folks had these plans well before his fate was read aloud. And besides, there’s been virtually little to no unrest in the wake of him being found not guilty — not like 2020, anyway — so the protest angle just doesn’t make sense.

What we’re seeing appears to be just a good old-fashioned crime spree … which is getting more brazen by the day. Is the most visited news, Trending Topics and current affairs website. All rights reserved to Maria Memon Media Group for all content published on this website.