VIDEO: 3 Male Suspects Rob Jewelry Store Friday, Second Heist In A Week

SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — Another San Francisco jewelry store was robbed at gunpoint on Friday morning. This is the second heist in the past week.

The robbery was reported at Tiffany’s Jewelry located in the 500 block of Sutter Street about a block from Union Square at around 11:45 a.m. Friday, police said.

Three male suspects, armed with at least one handgun, entered the jewelry store, and ordered the employees to get on the ground.

Police said the suspects then took the jewelry from the safes and display cases before getting into a light-colored SUV.

The SUV was last seen traveling west on Sutter Street and the suspects have not yet been identified.

Police said the age and race of the suspects have not been identified, but that the three males were seen wearing dark clothing and had
masks covering their faces.

Police are reviewing video surveillance footage and are continuing to investigate the robbery.

San Francisco police are also looking for three robbers in connection with a jewelry heist at at a Tiffany’s store last Wednesday morning.

Officers responded to a call of a hold up robbery at the Tiffany & Company jewelry store on 845 Market Street at 3:03 p.m., according to police.

The armed suspects ordered everyone in the store on the ground and forced an employee to open the jewelry cases. The suspects then fled the scene with an unknown amount of jewelry.

There is no video available at this time.

No injuries were reported in either incident.

Anyone with information regarding either robbery is asked to call the San Francisco police anonymous tip line at (415) 575-4444 or text a tip to 847411 with “SFPD” in the body of the text followed by the message.

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