Salesmen Robbed of $500,000 in Jewelry

Two New York City salesmen were robbed of $500,000 in jewelry by two armed men on Oct. 3, the South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports.
The victims, who police reportedly declined to identify, had lunch at a Papa John’s in Boynton Beach and were robbed when they walked to their car about 4:15 p.m., police reportedly said.
One robber carried a gun while the other used a knife, police reportedly said. They took a black leather briefcase with about 315 pieces of gold and diamond jewelry.
One robber, described as being about 5-foot-8, wore a black long-sleeve shirt, black long pants, black gloves, and a hood over his head. The other man, about 5-foot-11, wore a long shirt, long pants and gloves.