CARMEL, Calif.- Carmel Police now have surveillance pictures of two men who walked into a jewelry store on Saturday afternoon and walked out with Rolex watches, they didn't buy.
Police said two men went into Fourtane's to look at Rolex watches at about 4pm on Saturday. That's when the staff felt the two were up to no good and paid close attention while the two were inside. After putting on a watch, one suspect asked to look at another.
The salesman told him that only one watch could be handled at a time. The suspects then turned and ran to the door where an employee blocked them. The suspects ran her over and escaped in a silver Nissan unknown year or model. No one was injured.
The suspect's description is as follows:
S#1 Unknown, white male adult approximately 23-26 yrs., approximately 5'06-5'07, approximately 140-150lbs., slim build, blue eyes, medium skin complexion and last seen wearing a black knit beanie style hat, dark colored pants and dark colored "pea coat". The suspect had no facial hair, no visible scars, marks, tattoos and/or visible body piercing.
S#2 Unknown, white male adult approximately 28-30 yrs., approximately 5'10, approximately 170-180lbs., stocky build, medium skin complexion and last seen wearing black knit beanie style hat and dark colored pants. The suspect had no facial hair and/or visible body piercing. The suspect has an approximate 4-5 inch tattoo, black in color, partial shaded and in a star shape on the left side of his neck.
The Rolex Info as follows: Steel/Yellow Gold 36mm Champagne Diamond Dial, 52 diamonds Jubilee Bracelet. Model #116243/ Serial # V635926 (picture attached).
Carmel Police Department are asking for help with any information on this case. Call 831-624-6403 or 911 if it is urgent with any information or if you are approached to buy a Rolex like the one taken.
Police are also reminding businesses, if you get a weird feeling about a customer, call officers and they will do a walk through of the building.
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