Edmonton police are looking for two men who were involved in a robbery at a midnight jewelry store last week.
Police said at about 3 p.m., Nov. 9, the two men went to an anonymous store at Southgate Mall. One man showed the staff a handgun, while another jumped over the counter and took an unknown amount of gold necklaces, police said.
Investigators found that more than $ 100,000 worth of jewelry was taken during the robbery.
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The suspects then left the store, exited the mall through the south entrance, and jumped into the back seat of a red 2013 four-door Honda Civic with an Alberta license plate, the CKF-2443, police said.
Police said the car had been reported stolen. The vehicle was last seen west on Whitemud Drive after driving through several red lights. No injuries were reported.
Searchers for the robbery department at the Edmonton Police Department hope the photos released on Tuesday will help with their investigation.
Both suspects are described as men between 5 and 6 inches tall and six feet tall. At the time of the theft, they were wearing dark clothes, scarves, toquet, and gloves. There is currently no description for the driver of the escape truck.
Anyone with information about the robbery or anyone involved is asked to contact EPS at 780-423-4567. Anonymous information can also be sent to Crime Stoppers online.
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