Law enforcement: Thief’s steal believed $300,000 in jewelry

FALLS CHURCH, Va. — Two males are on the free immediately after allegedly thieving an…

FALLS CHURCH, Va. — Two males are on the free immediately after allegedly thieving an estimated $300,000 well worth of jewellery, Metropolis of Falls Church Law enforcement claimed in a release. 

On Tuesday, City of Falls Church Police said they are seeking for two suspects in an armed theft of a jewellery retail outlet. 

The alleged armed robbery occurred on Friday, Jan 7, 2022 at all around 1 p.m. in the afternoon. The two gentlemen were found on surveillance getting into the jewelry shop at 1100 W. Wide St in Falls Church. They confirmed a handgun and took the merchandise, law enforcement explained in a release

Investigators assert the pair left in a black SUV. 

The suspects are explained as two Black males. A single was wearing a red jacket with black trousers, and the other was carrying a gray sweatshirt with ripped jeans. Detectives say just one of the men has tattoos on his palms.

Photographs from the surveillance movies are above. Surveillance movie is not readily available to the community at this time. Make sure you phone the Metropolis of Falls Church Police with info, 703-241-5053 (TTY 711).