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Brazen Armed Robber in Arizona Struck Twice Within 22 Miles, JSA Reports

The crimes occurred in Phoenix and Chandler.

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The Jewelers’ Security Alliance reports that two jewelry stores just 22 miles apart in Arizona were robbed at gunpoint, apparently by the same person.

Ribbery suspect Arizona

JSA reports that this suspect is believed to have robbed two jewelry stores just 22 miles apart in Arizona.

A store in Phoenix was hit at 8:10 p.m. Dec. 1 as employees were locking up for the evening. The suspect ordered them back into the store and demanded high-end watches, gold and other items. He also told employees to open the vault. The suspect had the employees put merchandise into a bag and he fled, JSA reports.

At 6:45 p.m. on Oct. 3, a suspect believed to be the same man ran into a store in Chandler and displayed a weapon. He ordered everyone to the ground and demanded high-end watches and gold chains. The suspect is described as being a Black man in his 20s, wearing a mask and hoodie. The suspect appeared to drive himself away in a black or dark-colored BMW.

If you have information, contact JSA at 212-687-0328 or [email protected]

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