San Francisco officials have announced plans to deter robbers moving forward following the mass looting that ransacked Louis Vuitton Friday night.
In the midst of busy holiday shopping, a group of roughly a dozen people flooded Union Square at around 8:10 p.m., smashing windows and grabbing armfuls of luxury clothing.
Moving forward, city officials plan to impede vehicle access to Union Square.
"Our garages will be open, our buses and our cable cars, will be able to circulate, but there will be traffic delays because we cannot continue to allow people to freely flow through this city," Mayor London Breed said. Police Chief Bill Scott added that they will "flood the area with police officers for the foreseeable future."
The alleged vandals have gone viral due to bystander videos outside of Louis Vuitton, but the high-end fashion store was not the only brand targeted in the vandalism.