On 7/27/21, two male subjects entered a jewelry store. One subject engaged one of two sales associates and managed to get one away from the case housing semi-mounts, leaving one team member with the second subject. The second subject then placed a towel or other fabric on top of the case to conceal his hand at the moment he gained entry. This subject then requested to see semi-mounts and while the jewelry consultant was showing the subject a ring, he asked her to hold it up toward the light, while looking up at the ring the subject reached into an open case and managed to remove two semi-mounts.  The subject then advised the sales associate he would bring his friend in to look at the rings later. The subjects then left the store with the merchandise. They were last seen walking away through the parking lot area.

The first subject is believed to be a 50-year-old Black male. He is 6’2′” and has a medium to heavy build. He was last seen wearing a white button-down shirt, dark slacks, and a baseball cap. The second subject is a 5’10” Black male in his late teens to early twenties. He has a thin build and a slight Jamaican accent. He wore a white short-sleeve shirt, long shorts, tennis shoes, and a baseball cap. If you have any information regarding these subjects, please contact the Jewelers’ Security Alliance at jsa2@jewelerssecurity.org or 212-687-0328.


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