3 Sought in Tourneau Jewelry Robbery Sunday at The Westchester Mall

WPCNR POLICE GAZETTE. August 18, 2014:

White Plains Police are seeking any information from the public (your anonymity will be preserved) on the identities of three suspects who robbed the Tourneau Jewlery store in the Westchester Mall Sunday.

The suspects, according to Lieutenant Eric Fischer, White Plains Police, entered the Tourneau jewelry store at 11:38 A.M. Sunday morning and took 8 to 12 “high end” watches. Fischer said the store armed security guard drew his weapon and attempted to apprehend the three, but they escaped on foot. Fischer said no shots were fired.

Fischer said the police are at this time attempting to get hold of the Tourneau inside surveillance video so they may release pictures of the suspects.

Fischer also reported that some of the stolen merchandise had been recovered

The police are looking for three black males.

Suspect number one  is described by Lieutenant Fischer as 5 foot 11, 240 pounds, wearing khaki pants, dark jacket and a baseball cap. The suspect had a scruffy beard,

Suspect Two does not have a height description, was also wearing dark clothing, a baseball cap and had scruffy facial hair.

Suspect three is described as 5 foot 7 to 5 foot 8, thin build, scruffy facial hair and a white long sleeve jacket.

Fischer asked members of the public that if they had any information on the suspects, or knew them they can contact the police at 914-422-6223 or 914-422-6200 and share the information anonymously.

Fischer noted that the police were aware of recent previous larceny cases involving the Tourneau store.

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