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Surfside Police Searching for Two Men Who Robbed a Store

The back-door camera shows a late-model Range Rover SUV pull up, and then a masked man comes out, climbs up the wall, and pushes the camera away but shows a clear shot of the Range Rover.

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    Surfside Police are seeking the public's help in tracking down at least two men captured on surveillance video robbing a high-end store last Friday night. (Published Monday, Aug. 26, 2013)

    Surfside Police are seeking the public's help in tracking down at least two men captured on surveillance video robbing a high-end store last Friday night.

    Thanks to surveillance cameras trained at the back door and rear entry of the Monaco Collection boutique, police have a clear shot of two men wearing baseball caps, and with partially covered faces trolling in through a back door and making out with purses, watches and other expensive accessories. The rear-entry camera shows one of the men charging out with a box full of accessories worth thousands of dollars, according to Surfside detectives.

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    The back-door camera shows a late-model Range Rover SUV pull up, and then a masked man comes out, climbs up the wall, and pushes the camera away but shows a clear shot of the Range Rover.

    The owner of Monaco Collection refused to speak on camera; but Det. Marian Valeno told NBC 6 that the department is actively investigating.

    "We're looking for the public's help in identifying who the subjects are on the camera, and I hope to be able to return this property to the business owners."

    Anyone with information is asked to call Miami-Dade CrimeStoppers at 305-471-TIPS.

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