On Nov. 17, seven armed robbers walked into an Irving, Texas, jewelry boutique with guns drawn—in full view of security cameras.
According to NBCDFW.com, security cameras show the bandits in ski masks and layers of black clothing. Terrifyingly, the robbers swiftly bound the hands of two store clerks before smashing 13 display cases and dumping their contents into black garbage bags.
The team of thieves reportedly acted so quickly that the police are uncertain about the suspects’ race, ethnicity, and genders. The suspects are still at large and may strike again, according to detectives.
They reportedly made off with an estimated $100,000 in jewelry.
“With armed offenders like this pulling off such a bold and brazen robbery, the potential for confrontation, or some more serious events, could have taken place,” Detective James McLellan of the Irving Police Department said in a statement.
No employees were hurt or injured during the robbery.