A national gang network is targeting women in at least 37 states and has made off with millions of dollars.

Louis Grever, former deputy assistant director of the FBI, was on “Fox and Friends” to detail the “Felony Lane Gang.” Grever said that it has origins in south Florida and has been operating for more than a decade.

Grever said that the gang recruits people who are down on their luck – like drug users and prostitutes – to break into cars and homes.

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He said the gang specifically targets women who are out during the day. Felony Lane has surveillance teams to make sure no one’s watching, and it sends in local recruits to scope out cars and steal items quickly.

Hear more about the gang and how you can protect yourself in the video above.