A duo smashed a Bronx jewelry store with a large hammer before stealing more than $100,000 worth of loot from the front display, new video released by cops shows.
The pair wearing black hoodies walked up to the Grand Jewelers on the Grand Concourse off East 181st Street in Fordham Heights just before 4pm on April 29 – and one of them smashed the window in a single punch, according to police and the footage released late Tuesday.
The pair then scrambled to snag several items worth around $131,000, including gold pendants and plates, bracelets, rings and necklaces, authorities said.
Both suspects fled after the robbery and the police are still looking for them.
In recent weeks, hammer-wielding thieves have stolen thousands of dollars in jewelry from M&NP Jewelers on White Plains Road and M&N Gold Jewelry on Westchester Avenue, authorities said.
https://nypost.com/2022/05/11/nyc-duo-steal-over-100k-of-jewelry-from-bronx-store/ New York duo steals over $100,000 worth of jewelry from Bronx store