SHOCK VIDEO: Thieves Smash Up NYC Jewelry Store in Million-Dollar Heist

Masked suspects make off with nearly $2 million in merchandise from high-end shop

Image Credits: Screenshots / Surveillance Video.

Masked thieves made off with around $2 million in jewelry during a smash-and-grab robbery at a store in New York City this week, according to reports.

The disturbing incident unfolded at around 5 p.m. on Sunday in Brooklyn.

Three suspects wearing hoodies and face coverings stormed Facets Jewelry in the Park Slope neighborhood and threatened to shoot employees before smashing display cases and grabbing merchandise.

Surveillance footage shows one suspect being buzzed into the shop as two accomplices wait out of view.

The first suspect holds the door open for the others and they enter together.

“This is how you use a hammer,” one of the suspects reportedly said and began bashing glass cases.

“Don’t move! What the f**k are you doing? I’m going to shoot you!’” one of the suspects yelled at an employee who reached for a phone.

The thieves threw jewelry into bags and fled the scene.

“The whole thing lasted 38 seconds. They took two and a half full cases of diamond engagement rings, newer pieces we’ve designed in-house, and pieces we’ve collected — Art Deco and Edwardian rings,” owner Irina Sulay told the New York Post.

Sulay says approximately 100 rings were taken and valued them up to $2 million in total.

No suspects have been apprehended or identified at the time of this writing, according to the latest available updates.

An investigation is ongoing.

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