RICHMOND, Va. (WTVR) - Richmond Police released three surveillance videos from an armed robbery at Schwarzchild Jewelers in Carytown on Saturday afternoon.
Police said the men in the videos used a Taser-like device, possibly a stun gun, to injure store workers. Police said the men used a hammer to smash display cases and took off with the goods that were inside. No gun was used in the crime. Police have not yet said how much merchandise was stolen.
Police are looking for four men in connection to the crime. Three of the men entered the store to commit the crime, one remained outside, police said.
Police described the men as:
Suspect #1 – black male, 6’2”, 250 lbs., mid-30s, dreadlocks in a pony tail, tan t-shirt, carrying a hammer.
Suspect #2 – black male, 5’5”, 140-150 lbs., mid-20s, black t-shirt with blue & red squares, carrying a stun gun.
Suspect #3 – black male, 5’8”, 140-150 lbs., late-20s, red baseball cap.
Suspect #4 – black male, no further description.
The men were last seen running down Belmont Ave. Police said the men split into two groups of two as they ran. Anyone with information is asked to Crime Stoppers at 780-1000.