The high-end brand’s handbags can sell for $3,000 or more.
Oak Brook Police said that detectives have license plate numbers and vehicle information about the suspects.
“[We have] vehicle descriptions, even close-up photos of license plates, so we’re nailing down all those leads now, our detectives are out working those leads,” Oak Brook Police Chief James Kruger said to reporters, according to the outlet.
This robbery is the most recent case that a luxury store had products stolen.
Just last Friday, the Chicago Tribune reported that thieves took around $15,000 in cologne from an ULTA beauty store located in Oak Brook.