Suspects in 2010 Greenwich jewelry store robbery still sought

One year after a Greenwich jewelry store robbery, police are still searching for the suspects that they say broke the shop's windows with sledgehammers. The

GREENWICH - One year after a Greenwich jewelry store robbery, police are still searching for the suspects that they say broke the shop's windows with sledgehammers. The incident happened at Betteridge Jewelers on Greenwich Avenue. According to police, two men broke into several cases to steal hundreds of thousands of dollars in expensive watches. Since the crime, the store owner says he has hired a police officer for surveillance, and has even equipped some of his employees with Tasers. Anyone with information is urged to call Greenwich police at (203) 622-8000.Greenwich jeweler paying thousands for security guardPolice release photos, radio calls in jewelry store robberyRobbers strike Greenwich jewelry store

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