Thieves in mirrored sunglasses rob Berlin shop

2017-04-06 07:20


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Berlin - Police in the German capital are on the lookout for a flashy bunch of jewellery thieves last seen wearing white coveralls and mirrored sunglasses.

Berlin police said the five disguised men drove a Volkswagen Golf into a jewellery shop, jumped out of the vehicle and smashed open display cases with a hammer and crowbar.

An eyewitness says that after taking a bunch of watches, the burglars sped off in two Audis, leaving the Volkswagen behind in the shop's rubble.

Police are now asking any other witnesses to come forward to help them in their investigation.

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