CRANBERRY, Pa. - Authorities are looking for a group of men who robbed a Butler County jewelry store Tuesday afternoon.
Police said a group of five men, wearing hats and gloves, entered Moses Jewelers near Route 228 in Cranberry about 2 p.m.
According to authorities, one of the men showed a gun and told employees to get on the ground.
Surveillance footage shows one of the men opening drawers behind the counter while another man pulls an employee from an office and throws them to the floor. Three other men are seen grabbing jewelry from glass cases.
The robbers took off with stolen watches, rings and other jewelry items that were stuffed into bags that the men were carrying, investigators said.
The robbers fled the scene in a white, newer model sedan, police said.
Police continue to investigate.
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