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Man robs Sunnyside jeweler at gunpoint, steals $15k worth of merchandise



March 26, 2016 Staff Report

A man entered a Sunnyside jewelry store Friday, produced a firearm and robbed the jeweler of $15,000 worth of gold, diamonds and watches, according to police.

The alleged perpetrator went inside A.D.L. Jewelers, located at 39-38 Queens Boulevard,  at about 3:40 pm on March 25. The suspect then pulled out a gun and demanded that the jeweler hand over his gold, diamonds and watches.

The jeweler complied and the robber took off with $15,000 in valuables.

Surveillance video from inside the store was captured.

Police are asking the public to call 1-800-577-TIPS (8477) if they have any information on the robbery.

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Longtime Sunnysider

This is strange. I go to this jeweler all the time for repairs, jewelry cleaning, etc. You have to be buzzed in twice to gain admittance. And he’s the nicest guy! this is upsetting.

coors light

Where Is the gun. From this video It looks like he Is waiting to be waited on.
Why don’t we see more than 24 seconds of video. who does the cropping of these videos. Did you notice at one point he was staring at the camera with a big smile on his face.

Bulimic Panda

Bulimic Panda was unpopular when she called for jewelry to be outlawed. Who’s laughing now? It’s not funny. Ban jewelry so no one can steal it. I love all of you so much. Happy Jesus not dead anymore day. I pray for my little Sunnyside. Amen.

Not Sean

Well there should be enough palm prints on that glass counter to put in the database & hope for a hit…


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