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Jaysean Sutton

PICTURED: Two suspects in brutal $ 4 million robbery from a famous New York jeweler, where three armed men tied employees up, emptied the vault, and displayed boxes before escaping on foot in broad daylight

  • Jaysean Sutton, 39, and Pedro Davila, 27, are now being hunted by the police in connection with the $ 4 million theft of jewelry store Avianne and Co. in Manhattan
  • The two suspects were identified using the face recognition unit of the NYPD, although their current whereabouts are not yet known
  • Sutton has been described as a 39-year-old man, about six feet tall, and bald with brown eyes, with ties to East Brooklyn
  • Davila, on the other hand, is said to be 27 years old, six feet two, heavily set up with black hair and brown eyes. It is said that he regularly visits areas in the Bronx
  • Anyone with information about men's identity is asked to call the NYPD's Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477)
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Two of the three men who were thought to be standing in broad daylight behind a copper armed robbery of a diamond shop in New York City, holding employees under fire and tied them up with cable ties and duct tape, were first appointed by the police.

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Jaysean Sutton, 39, and Pedro Davila, 27, are now being chased by the police in connection with the $ 4 million theft from jeweler Avianne and Co. in the Diamond District of Manhattan on August 26.

The two suspects were identified using the face recognition unit of the NYPD, although their current whereabouts are not yet known.

With the help of a third attacker, researchers say that Sutton was the man caught in shocking surveillance images and pulled a gun at a store clerk, while Davila and the third man worked to tie up employees.

Jaysean Sutton

Pedro Davila

Pedro Davila

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Jaysean Sutton, 39, and Pedro Davila, 27, are now being hunted by the police in connection with the $ 4 million theft from jeweler Avianne and Co. in the Diamond District of Manhattan on August 26

With the help of a third attacker, researchers say Sutton was the man caught in shocking surveillance footage and pulled a gun at a store clerk, while Davila and the third man worked to tie up employees

With the help of a third attacker, researchers say Sutton was the man caught in shocking surveillance footage and pulled a gun at a store clerk, while Davila and the third man worked to tie up employees

Davila

Davila

With the help of a third attacker, researchers say Sutton was the man caught in shocking surveillance footage and pulled a gun at a store clerk, while Davila and the third man worked to tie up employees

Armed robbers set off the afternoon robbery at jewelry store Avianne & Co. in the Diamond District of New York City

Armed robbers set off the afternoon robbery at jewelry store Avianne & Co. in the Diamond District of New York City

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Armed robbers set off the afternoon robbery at jewelry store Avianne & Co. in the Diamond District of New York City

The three men then saw the store – which is suitable for a-list stars such as Nicki Minaj and Migos – throw diamond chains and rings in a duffel bag before they run out of the store around 12:02 pm.

Sutton has been described as a 39-year-old man, about six feet tall, bald with brown eyes and known to have ties with East Brooklyn.

Davila, on the other hand, is said to be 27 years old, six feet two, heavily set up with black hair and brown eyes. It is said that he regularly visits areas in the Bronx.

According to the authorities, the suspects entered the store and pretended to be a customer before two of the men drew guns on four employees.

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The robbers pulled the employees to a back room and restricted them with cable ties and duct tape.

No one was injured in the robbery, but the value of stolen items would have exceeded $ 4 million.

The men then took employees to the back room, tied employees with cable ties and duct tape before putting stolen things in a duffel bag

The men then took employees to the back room, tied employees with cable ties and duct tape before putting stolen things in a duffel bag

The men then took employees to the back room, tied employees with cable ties and duct tape before putting stolen things in a duffel bag

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Allegedly they have stolen display items, cleared them in the store vault and escaped on foot while surveillance cameras recorded the incident

Suspects could leave the scene with the stolen items before the authorities arrived

Suspects could leave the scene with the stolen items before the authorities arrived

Suspects could leave the scene with the stolen items before the authorities arrived

The police urges everyone with information to come forward and help the authorities identify the suspects

The police urges everyone with information to come forward and help the authorities identify the suspects

The police urges everyone with information to come forward and help the authorities identify the suspects

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The value of the stolen items has not yet been confirmed, but NBC New York reports that an employee estimates the cost at around $ 4 million

Avianne and Co. sell jewelry to famous customers, including rappers such as Migos and Blueface (left)

Avianne and Co. sell jewelry to famous customers, including rappers such as Migos and Blueface (left)

Avianne and Co. sell jewelry to famous customers, including rappers such as Migos and Blueface (left)

The men were able to escape before authorities arrived on the spot, possibly heading east on 47th Street.

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Now that more than two weeks have passed since the raid, the police are now calling on the public to provide information to help locate Sutton and Davila, as well as to identify the third man featured in the security footage, dressed in a red bandana and braided hair.

Anyone with information about men's identity is asked to call the NYPD's Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477) or for Spanish, 1-888-57-PISTA (74782). The public can also submit their tips by logging in to the CrimeStoppers website at WWW.NYPDCRIMESTOPPERS.COM or on Twitter @ NYPDTips.

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