SAN LEANDRO, Calif. (KGO) -- The CHP is looking for a group of young people who they say crashed a Jaguar into the front of a thrift store in San Leandro.
The car took out one of the offices at Thrift Town on East 14th Street and 162nd Avenue. It plowed into the building shortly before 1:30 a.m.
A tow truck was called to remove the car. The regional manager says it's a dangerous corner and she's scared to sit at her desk. "This is all bad because this is exactly where I sit. I'm going to check the structural damage. When they come, I'll have them look at it," Kim Peterson said.
She said investigators told her the car was reported stolen. The CHP says the four people who ran off were young, possibly in their teens.
Police search for occupants of car that plowed into San Leandro thrift store