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$2M in Jewelry Stolen from NYC Store

Police described the merchandise taken as “high-end diamond jewelry.”




Jewelry worth $2 million was stolen during a robbery in the Bronx, NY.

The thieves hit Rocco’s Jewelry at approximately 3 p.m. Friday, News 12 reports.

A group of four men entered the store and broke display cases, police said. The incident was captured on surveillance video.

Scroll down to watch a news video about the crime.

The robbery lasted only 30 seconds, the New York Post reports. The robbers fled on foot.

Police described the merchandise taken as “high-end diamond jewelry.”

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