Oakland Park, Florida Jewler Robbed at gas station
An 81-year-old jewelry store employee who stopped in Oakland Park to pump gas was shrewd enough to take a bag of jewelry with him when he went inside to pay. But moments after he returned to his car, four robbers ambushed him, knocked him to the ground and escaped with the jewels.
Gas station surveillance video captured the crime, which took about 15 seconds to execute. When Jeshaye Rosenberg returned to his car, he put the bag of jewelry in his passenger seat and began to pump his gas. A white, four-door Nissan Altima with California tags pulled up in front of his car. Four men in masks jumped out. One used a crow bar to smash his car window, and another knocked Rosenberg to the ground. He was not seriously injured.
The driver of the white car stayed in his seat and is not visible on the video. A second man wore jeans, a black hooded sweatshirt and white sneakers. A third wore grey jeans and a grey jacket, white mask and orange cap. A fourth wore blue jeans and a white hooded sweatshirt.
The robbers ran back to the white car, jumped in and drove away. Detectives believe they headed north on Interstate 95. They are asking for the public’s help identifying the four men.
Address: Mobil Gas Station, 901 W. Oakland Park Blvd., Oakland Park
Jun 28, 2010