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Items worth more than $400K stolen from Louis Vuitton Store in Kenwood Towne Centre

According to police, eight to 10 individuals wearing ski masks and gloves committed the robbery just after 3 p.m. on April 20. The suspects stole more than $400,000 in items after they pushed past employees. Other than the employees, security photos show that there were multiple customers in the store at the time of the robbery.

The high-end brand and retailer is known for its luxury purses, wallets, luggage and more. Kenwood’s Louis Vuitton store is located on the second floor of the mall in the luxury wing between Tiffany & Co. and Watches of Switzerland

The store’s estimated loss is $413,000, according to police.

After the robbery, the suspects fled in two vehicles — a dark gray SUV and a black sedan — going northbound on I-71.

Dumb Passenger Picks Fight With Mike Tyson; Punches Thrown

A fellow passenger and witness to the incident told TMZ that Tyson did not appear angry at first. Things then took a turn, though, after Tyson took a selfie with the man. Following the photo, the man reportedly kept trying to speak to Tyson. Then he threw a water bottle at him.  Tyson, then visibly upset, told the man to stop trying to talk to him. The person did not, and witnesses say it was then that Tyson got physical.  Tyson was in San Francisco on Wednesday to attend the city’s 420 cannabis festival in Golden Gate Park.   One of those subjects received treatment for non-life threatening injuries at the scene but gave “minimal details” of what happened and “refused to cooperate further with the police investigation.”

‘Being Mortal’ Production Suspended, Bill Murray Accused of Inappropriate Behavior

It is unknown at this time what Murray’s involvement in the project will be going forward as the investigation remains active. Insiders add that Aziz Ansari — who is starring, writing and making his directorial debut on the film alongside his partner Youree Henley — was not a part of the complaint, nor was co-star Seth Rogen.  I love Bill Murray, I hope this is all just a misunderstanding.


 Great Parks will host three separate Earth Day activities across Hamilton County on Saturday, April 23, each with the goal of preserving and protecting natural landscapes by removing invasive species along current and future trail corridors.

Sharon Woods

Early in the day, Great Parks and volunteers will remove honeysuckle along the shared use trail that circles Sharon Lake. Honeysuckle is an invasive plant that competes against native species for water, nutrients and sunlight. The Great Parks team will explain how to identify invasive plants in home backyards, while leading volunteers to remove as much honeysuckle as possible from the trail area.

The Sharon Woods event will begin at 8:30 a.m. at the Lakeside Lodge parking lot, 4661 E. Kemper Rd., Sharonville. The on-site contact is Jason Dickensheets, 937-572-7245.

 Winton Woods

In Winton Woods, volunteers will also help to remove a particular variety of invasive species called garlic mustard. Garlic mustard is a plant with a two-year lifecycle that grows into dense clusters. It overwhelms these areas and displaces native species and young trees, harming forested areas. Because its seeds are very small, they move around easily, allowing the plant to spread over wide areas. Volunteers will learn how to identify and remove garlic mustard in the park and at home.

Activities will start at 9 a.m. at the Great Oaks Trailhead, near the Oak Hill picnic area, just west of 10245 Winton Rd., Cincinnati, on Valleyview Drive. The on-site contact is Adam McCosham, 513-978-7198.

Woodland Mound

At Woodland Mound, the third Great Parks Earth Day event will also include the removal of invasive honeysuckle. Trail enthusiasts will cut honeysuckle and vines to prepare for the extension of the Hedgeapple Trail.

The Woodland Mound event will begin at noon at the Weston Shelter on Woodland Mound Drive just north of 8250 Old Kellogg Rd., Cincinnati. The on-site contact is Dan Hart, 513-250-0925.

Advance registration is recommended for these volunteer activities. Information about volunteering for these and more events is available at