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Police Searching For East Oak Lane Robbers Who Scored $7200 Worth Of Jewelry

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PHILADELPHIA, P.A. -

Two men forced their way into Eola Park Apartments and stole a number of items, including jewelry, a Nikon camera, and a flat screen TV.

Surveillance video shows them trying to get the TV up a flight of stairs, but in the end they ditched the flat screen and fled on foot with what they had.

According to the surveillance video, the two suspects ran from the scene with a black and white Adidas bag. The two allegedly stole $7200 worth of goods, including a Nikon camera, a Movado watch, and several other pieces of Jewelry.

Both suspects have been described by police as black, 5'10 tall males. One suspect, the one carrying the Addidas bag, was described by police as having a "medium build" and wore a navy sweatshirt with a Puma logo. He also wore gray colored pants.

The second suspect, described by investigators as having a thinner build than the first suspect, wore a dark hooded sweatshirt, dark pants, and a dark colored baseball cap.

Police urge that if you see these men, do not approach them, but call 9-1-1 immediately.

To submit a tip via telephone, dial 215.686.TIPS (8477) or text a tip to PPD TIP or 773847. If you have any information about this crime or these suspects, please contact: Northwest Detectives Division 215-686-3353/3354.

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