Men steal $100K from K&Y Jewelers
Updated On: Sep 14 2012 11:38:54 AM EDT
Miami-Dade police are looking for two men who stole $100,000 worth of cash and jewelry from K&Y Jewelers in Miami.
The robbery happened at 6846 Northwest 169 Street about 9:50 a.m. Wednesday.
Surveillance video showed the two men being buzzed into the store by owner Kiry Padin. One man held the door while a second, armed with a revolver, walked inside.
"The guy, walking with a gun, holding in his hand, point at my mom," said Padin. "So, the first guy went to me, he hold my hands, he put them in the back. He put me on the floor."
The robbers then tied up three people, including Padin, and took gold and cash and stuffed it into a duffle bag.
"Says if you touch the panic button, we're gonna kill you right now," said Padin. "Don't do anything. If you do anything, we gonna kill you right now. And then they opened the safe, they took all the cash, all the money that was inside."
WATCH: Surveillance video
Padin said the robbery last three minutes before the men left in a white pick-up truck.
"The only thing I was thinking was my two daughters. I was telling them, 'Please, don't do anything to me. I have two daughters. Don't do anything to me,'" said Padin, adding the store had only been open for four months.
The three victims didn't suffer any injuries.
The first robber is described as being in his 30s, standing 5 feet 9 inches tall, weighing 185 pounds, and having a goatee. He was last seen wearing a black cap, black shirt, jeans, and dark glasses.
The second robber is described as being in his mid-20s, standing 5 feet 7 inches tall, weighing 170 pounds, and having a thin beard. He was last seen wearing a light blue cap, yellow shirt, jeans, and dark glasses.
Anyone with information about the robbery is asked to call Miami-Dade CrimeStoppers at 305-471-8477.
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