Robbers Steal Nearly 1 Million Worth of Jewelry in California

Robbers stole nearly a million Worth of jewelry in Irvine city of California. A group of robbers who were wearing black hoodies entered a jewelry store in South California and began looting the stuff after hitting all the cases with hammers. The robbers used two plastic kitchen-size trash bins to collect the items and then ran away in a car parked nearby. 

Police Estimates $900k Worth Jewelry

As per the initial investigation, the Irvine police reported that the robbers stole around $900,000 worth of jewelry from the store. The exact amount couldn’t be confirmed as the investigation was still underway. The suspects entered the store at around 12:30 p.m. Monday at Jewels by Alan and emptied the entire store within minutes, the police reported.

Two Shoppers Laid Down

Fortunately, the robbers didn’t hurt anyone as the two female shoppers immediately hit the ground when the suspects entered. Irvine police Sgt. Karie Davies told local media that they had very little information about the car as none of the CCTV cameras were able to catch it. 

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