Four thieves use SLEDGEHAMMER to smash into New York jewelry store and make off with $100k in goods

Four thieves use SLEDGEHAMMER to smash into New York jewelry store and make off with $100k in goods

Shocking moment four brazen thieves use a SLEDGEHAMMER to smash into New York jewelry store and make off with $100,000 in goods in broad daylight - Nyken Alston, 21, Alfred Long, 35, Alexander Wilson, 21, of the Bronx, were arrested after they and another robbed Golden Square Jewelry in Yonkers - It is estimated that they took $100,000 in gold and jewelry from the store around 5.30pm on Thursday - The fourth suspect is still at large and police are still looking for the man, also of the Bronx - They led police on a short chase after being found inside their dark SUV in the Park Hill neighborhood - They fled on foot after hitting a retaining wall and two were immediately captured and another was captured within an …
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