The FBI is looking for two men they say were members of the crew that robbed a Cartier store in Manhattan earlier this year, stealing $700,000 in merchandise from the high-end jeweler.
Agents say Courtney Hardin and Jamal Dehoyos were two of the men involved in the heist at the Fifth Avenue store, where authorities say suspects made off with 16 watches.
Several suspects were charged in the robbery earlier this year. They were accused of being part of a violent interstate robbery crew that hit the Borgota Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City, a jewelry store in Richmond, Virginia, and another store in Cranford, New Jersey.
A stun gun was used on a store worker in at least one of the hold-ups.
Hardin, 25, also goes by "Mazie" and "Mozie" and is known to frequent Bedford-Stuyvesant and Crown Heights in Brooklyn. Dehoyos is 38 or 39 and is known to frequent East New York in Brooklyn and Flushing and Springfield Gardens in Queens, officials have said.
Authorities have offered a significant reward for tips leading to their arrests. Anyone with information about the suspects is asked to call 212-384-1000.