On 7/19/16, at approximately 4:20 p.m., two females started looking at gold jewelry. At one point during the presentation both subjects had their hands in the showcase at the same time. When the subjects went to be rang up for the item they selected, one claimed they did not have enough money and would return at a later time. Shortly after the two subjects left, sales associates discovered a pair of earrings was missing. The first subject was described as an African American female in her mid 30’s. She is 5’7” and wore a black dress with polka dots. She has shoulder length hair. The second subject is an African American female in her early 40’s. She wore a green head wrap and a white jacket. If you have any information regarding the identities of these individuals, please contact the Jewelers Security Alliance at (212) 687-0328.

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