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Thieves reportedly nab $166K in jewels from NYC's posh Four Seasons hotel

Surveillance images of two thieves who stole jewelry from a display case at the Four Seasons Hotel. NYPD via CBS New York

(CBS/AP) NEW YORK - New York City police are reportedly looking for two suspects in a $2 million jewelry heist at a posh midtown hotel.

Police say the two men entered the Four Seasons hotel on 57th Street around 2 a.m. Saturday and smashed a jewelry display case in the lobby.

The New York Times reports that according to NYPD spokesman Paul J. Brown, the thieves made off with $166,950 worth of jewelry, including watches and a pendant and chain.

Police say one of the suspects is a six-foot tall black male, last seen wearing a tan trench coat and carrying a hammer, CBS New York reports. A second suspect is also a six-foot tall black male, seen wearing gray pants and a blue jacket, police say.

The suspects were last seen fleeing eastbound on 57th street.

Correction: This story originally reported the value of the stolen jewelry as $2 million.

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