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Hamilton police looking for man who allegedly robbed jewelry store

Hamilton police say a man armed with a hammer was able to get away with jewelry from a store inside Jackson Square on Feb 24, 2020.

Hamilton police say they’re looking for a man who allegedly made off with jewelry after a robbery in broad daylight at Jackson Square last Monday.

Investigators say the man — described as slim, between five feet, 10 inches and six feet tall, with blonde hair and a beard — entered Golden Gate Jewellers, threatened an employee with a hammer and demanded jewelry be handed over.

“The hammer was not used … there was a threat made towards the clerk to give him merchandise or he would start smashing all the jewelry cases with the hammer,” Const. Lorraine Edwards told Global News.

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Detectives would not disclose the exact cash value of the merchandise stolen but did say it was under $2,000.

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The man was last seen fleeing west through the mall. He was wearing black track-style pants, a black wool hat and a sweater.

Anyone with information is asked to reach out to Hamilton police at 905-546-8939 or 905 546-2991.

 

 

 

 

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