Police search for suspects after smash, grab jewelry heist at Sam's Club of Farmington Hills

Police: 2 men steal diamond rings from store after smashing display with hammer

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FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich. - Police say two men are responsible for a smash-and-grab style jewelry heist at a Sam's Club before Christmas.

On Dec 23rd, the men walked into the store located on Northwestern Hwy in Farmington Hills and approached the jewelry counter.

Watch: Police working to identify thieves after smash and grab.

When the clerk turned his back one of the men used a small hammer to break open a diamond ring display.

The second man grabbed rings valued at $3,200 before the pair ran out of the store and into the parking lot.

Store surveillance showed the men driving off in a green or teal minivan with a third suspect.

The plates on the van are not visible because they were removed.

Both suspects are black, one was wearing blue jeans and a grey jacket and the other was wearing dark jeans, a red cap with a black hoodie.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Farmington Hills Police at 248-871-2400.

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