$100K in jewelry stolen from Edmonton mall, police search for suspects
Police are looking for help from the public to identify two suspects after more than $100,000 in jewelry was stolen.
On Nov. 9, at about 3 p.m., the Edmonton Police Service was called to a robbery at a jewelry store in Southgate Centre near 50 Avenue and 111 Street.
Officers said two men entered the store at the time of the incident, one pulled out a handgun and the other jumped over the counter and took off with an unknown amount of gold necklaces.
The suspects then fled the store, exited the mall through the south entrance and jumped into the rear passenger seats of a red 2013 four-door Honda Civic with Alberta license plate CKF-2443, EPS said.
The car was last seen travelling west on Whitemud Drive after driving through several red lights, police allege.
Detectives with the EPS robbery section said the Honda Civic was stolen, and they were able to determine $100,000 of jewelry was taken.
Both men are being described as:
- 5’6” to 6’0”
- Wearing dark clothing, bandanas, toques and gloves
There is currently no description of the getaway driver.
Anyone with information about the robbery should call EPS at 780-423-4567 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.
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