Police searching for 4th suspect wanted in Yonkers jewelry store smash and grab robbery
Police are searching Friday for the fourth suspect wanted in a smash and grab robbery at a Yonkers jewelry store.
Police say the theft took place at Golden Square Jewelry, located on South Broadway around 5:20 p.m. Thursday.
"It's a lot of work, a lot of work, and we've been here for 15 years, and this is the first time," says co-owner Tony Montana.
Officials say four men walked up to the storefront, took a sledgehammer to the window, and stole jewelry that the owners say is worth $100,000.
Police say the men then fled the scene in a car. That car then crashed into a house on Marshall Street during a police pursuit, and the suspects escaped on foot.
"We used cameras, we used officers on the road, we used transmissions, we used everything that we could," says Christopher Sapienza, acting police commissioner of the Yonkers Police Department.
Three out of the four suspects were arrested. Anyone with information is asked to call Yonkers police at (914) 377-7900
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