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Robbers Who Took $100,000 in Jewelry Have Struck Again, NY Police Say

This time, they left with $43 and an iPhone.

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New York police say robbers who took $100,000 in jewelry on Dec. 16 have apparently struck again.

Two suspects robbed King Jewelry in the Bronx last week, the New York Post reports.

They allegedly flashed guns and told a clerk to open the safe. When they were told the safe was empty, they left with $43 and another employee’s iPhone, according to the Post.

The crime occurred at about 10:15 a.m.

Police believe the culprits were the same individuals who robbed A & K Jewelry in Foxhurst in December.

In that incident, the criminals pistol-whipped an employee before leaving with tens of thousands of dollars worth of jewelry.

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The worker suffered a cut and was treated at a local hospital.

Read more at the New York Post

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