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Shocking moment female thief pepper sprays Florida jewelry store worker in the FACE

Shocking moment: A thief pepper-sprays a Florida jewelry worker in the FACE before the gang makes their way into cabinets and steals thousands of dollars worth of ‘Rolex and Cartier watches’

  • The woman approaches the employee and sprays her in the store in Sunrise, Florida
  • Another two make their way in boxes at Pollack Jewelers in Sawgrass Mills Mall
  • Two workers in the store at the time have quit because they are too terrified to return.
  • Police are investigating and have offered $5,000 for information leading to an arrest.

This is the shocking moment a female thief pepper-sprays a jewelry worker in the face before her gang steals thousands of dollars worth of watches.

The woman, who has not been named, approaches the employee and douses her with the liquid at Pollack Jewelers at Sawgrass Mills Mall in Sunrise, Florida.

Two others then make their way to the cabinets before looting the precious wares that may have included Rolexes and Cartiers.

The two store workers at the time quit because they are too terrified to return.

Police said they are investigating, having offered $5,000 for information leading to an arrest.

This is the shocking moment a female thief pepper-sprays a jewelry worker in the face before her gang steals thousands of dollars worth of watches.

This is the shocking moment a female thief pepper-sprays a jewelry worker in the face before her gang steals thousands of dollars worth of watches.

The woman, who has not been named, approaches the employee and douses her with the liquid at Pollack Jewelers at Sawgrass Mills Mall in Sunrise, Florida.

The woman, who has not been named, approaches the employee and douses her with the liquid at Pollack Jewelers at Sawgrass Mills Mall in Sunrise, Florida.

Two others then make their way into the cabinets before looting the precious wares that may have included Rolexes and Cartiers.

Two others then make their way into the cabinets before looting the precious wares that may have included Rolexes and Cartiers.

The footage begins as a customer, dressed all in black and wearing a face mask, walks up to the counter.

He reaches into his pocket and pulls out the pepper spray before leaning over the counter and shooting it into the worker’s face.

The staff member tries to run away, but the cheeky thug chases after her and continues to throw the liquid at her.

Another customer, bringing a dog on a leash, also runs away in terror as the employee disappears from sight.

The two store workers at the time quit because they are too terrified to return.

The two store workers at the time quit because they are too terrified to return.

Police said they are investigating as they offered $5,000 for information leading to an arrest.

Police said they are investigating as they offered $5,000 for information leading to an arrest.

Steven Pollack, owner of the store for 22 years, told Local 10:

Steven Pollack, owner of the store for 22 years, told Local 10: “It has affected me tremendously.”

Two more thieves run into the store and start beating their way into the jewelry boxes with hammers.

They open a black bag and begin to take out the watches before quickly escaping from the store during the attack at 9:00 p.m. on April 27.

The store is located near the outlet of the mall, which means they had a quick and clean getaway.

Police said they used a silver four-door car and offered a $5,000 reward for information leading to an arrest.

Police said they used a silver four-door car and offered a $5,000 reward for information leading to an arrest.

Pollack said:

Pollack said, “I’ve heard of little holds and runs and stuff, but nothing as vicious as this.”

Steven Pollack, owner of the store for 22 years, said local 10: ‘It has affected me tremendously.

He added: “I’ve heard of little holds and runs and stuff, but nothing as vicious as this.”

The police were called, but by the time they arrived, the thieves had already made off with their loot.

Police said they used a silver four-door car and offered a $5,000 reward for information leading to an arrest.

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