Police: Thief’s steal estimated $300,000 in jewelry

FALLS CHURCH, Va. — Two men are on the unfastened just after allegedly thieving an believed $300,000 worthy of of jewelry, Town of Falls Church Law enforcement mentioned in a release. 

On Tuesday, Metropolis of Falls Church Police reported they are looking for two suspects in an armed theft of a jewelry retail outlet. 

The alleged armed robbery transpired on Friday, Jan 7, 2022 at all over 1 p.m. in the afternoon. The two adult men have been seen on surveillance coming into the jewelry store at 1100 W. Broad St in Falls Church. They showed a handgun and took the goods, police explained in a launch

Investigators assert the pair still left in a black SUV. 

The suspects are explained as two Black adult males. 1 was carrying a crimson jacket with black trousers, and the other was putting on a gray sweatshirt with ripped jeans. Detectives say 1 of the men has tattoos on his arms.

Images from the surveillance movies are over. Surveillance video clip is not available to the community at this time. Please get in touch with the City of Falls Church Law enforcement with data, 703-241-5053 (TTY 711).