On 5/10/21, at approximately 3:15 p.m., two male subjects, who appeared to be an older and younger brother, stated they had $1,700 to spend for a Mother’s Day gift. They first looked at a ring and said they liked it, then they saw a tennis bracelet and also liked it Credit and lease options were discussed. The older guest stated he was going to leave the store and get his cell phone to take a picture of the items. Upon the subject’s return, the ring and a tennis bracelet were placed on a display pad. At that point, the younger subject grabbed  the items and both subjects fled from the store.

The first subject is a 17-year-old Black male. He is 6’0 and thin. He has a tattoo on his hand, shoulder length spikey dreadlocks with brown tips, and he was last seen wearing a dark gray shirt, dark sweatpants, gray sneakers, and a red mask. The second subject is Black, approximately 19-years-old, and thin. He has shoulder length dreadlocks with brown tips. He was last seen wearing a blue t-shirt, black sweatpants with a white stripe on the side, red Nike slides and a blue mask. He carried a cell phone when he walked in. If you have any information regarding these subjects, please email the Jewelers Security Alliance (JSA) at or call JSA at 212-687-0328.

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