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A street takeover in Compton, California turned into looting on Sunday morning when a large mob broke into a gas station and stole thousands of dollars worth of merchandise.

The incident happened around 2:30 a.m.

after a crowd had gathered for the street takeover.

The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department reported that the mob stole everything from booze to essential items.

Some looters covered their faces while others did not bother to conceal their identities.

Shots were fired about a block away from the scene, but no one was injured.

The incident was one of at least three street takeovers in Compton that night.

In a separate incident, a mob raided a 7-11 in Paramount, just an hour before the Compton looting.

The owner of the store said he lost thousands of dollars.

Authorities are investigating both incidents and are asking for the public’s help in identifying the suspects.

Street takeovers have become too common in the area, with some parents bringing their children to watch.

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