Smash-and-Grab Thieves Steal $2 Million in Diamonds From Bronx Jeweler in Broad Daylight Heist (VIDEO)
Meanwhile in the Democrat hellhole of New York City…
Smash-and-grab thieves stole more than $2 million in diamond jewelry from a Bronx jeweler Friday afternoon.
An employee buzzed in the first suspect who propped open the door and acted as lookout as three other thieves ran inside the jewelry store.
Three masked suspects smashed the display cases with hammers and stole $2.15 million worth of of gems.
The suspects ran southbound on Webster with the stolen merchandise, according to Crime Stoppers.
NBC New York reported:
A team of thieves are splitting a $2 million payday after successfully targeting a jewelry store in the Bronx in the middle of the afternoon Friday.
Police are now on the lookout for the four men captured on store footage storming Rocco’s Jewelry off Webster Avenue. They hit the store Friday around 2:40 p.m.
The brazen smash-and-grab starts innocent enough, as one man buzzes to be let into the store. When he gets the door open, he’s seen propping it open for three others dressed in black to run inside.
Video shows the trio smash display cases with a hammer and make quick work of the high-value diamonds kept behind the glass.
Police said the jewelry stuffed inside their bags is valued around $2.15 million. They were last seen running southbound on Webster.
Police are urging anyone with information about this heist to call Crime Stoppers at 800-577-TIPS.