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Los Gatos police ask for public's help in finding jewelry robbers
LOS GATOS, Calif. (KGO) -- Los Gatos police are asking for the public's help in identifying two masked gunmen who robbed a jewelry store on University Avenue Tuesday.
Police released this video surveillance on Wednesday. It shows the two robbers burst into the store. One holds the employees at gunpoint, while the other smashes a two display cases, and then scoops merchandise into a bag.
The men drove off in a Grey V.W. Jetta with North Carolina plates, which police found later, abandoned near the Los Gatos Creek Trail.
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