A stunning Cuban jewelry robbery on Calle Osho Street in Miami

A stunning Cuban jewelry robbery on Calle Osho Street in Miami

1 | 29/04/2021 – 6:15 AM (GMT-4)

Miami Police are searching for three thieves who stole Cuban jewelry Amauri Gold chain valued at thousands of dollars.

The theft, which happened in broad daylight, on 8th Street in Miami, was recorded by CCTV.

Jewelry owners offer a reward of $ 3,000 for information leading to the arrest of a thief.

This Tuesday Amauri jewelry He received two men interested in buying a Rolex watch. The employee who attended them told them he had nothing, then the participants asked to see a series of Cuban gold rings, 715 grams, valued at $ 20,000.

Someone tried the chain and looked in the mirror, but a third customer started knocking on the door. The employee asked to return the garment to offer him a better offer, which the man agreed to, and while he was putting it in the safe, the third thief entered the place and kept the door open. The employee removed the tray and the pendant, but the thief broke the protective glass and managed to remove it.

The man’s arm skin was left on the broken glass and will now become part of the evidence against him. Police also found fingerprints on the glass of the jewelry doors.

CCTV footage from the nearby store shows the three men fleeing in a white Chevrolet Malibu.

Store employees commented that the same thieves may have acted in other jewelry stores in the area.

The Stop Crime phone number for information on this case is 305-471-8477.

In December 2019 there was a file Armed robbery at Miracle Mile jewelry store, Regent Jewelry at # 386, also at Coral Gables. This case saw a horrific police chase that ended with a fatal shooting.

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