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Women Wanted for Drugging, Robbing Men: Coral Gables Police

Coral Gables Police are investigating two incidents where men were reportedly drugged and then robbed in their own homes.

On Jan. 6, police said the first male victim was waiting for service at Hillstone restaurant located at 201 Miracle Mile, when a woman at the bar struck up a conversation. The two had drinks and then left the restaurant to go to his residence.

Once inside, police said they both continued drinking and the male victim became light headed and suspected he had been drugged. When he awoke the next day, he observed his Rolex was missing and there was no sign of the female.

She is described as a short back female, long black hair with tattoos on her torso and back.

The same night, police said a second male victim was waiting for service at Morton's restaurant located at 2333 Ponce De Leon Boulevard, when a woman made contact with him and struck up a conversation.

After a few drinks they went back to his residence. Once in the home, they both continued drinking. When the man awoke the next day he observed his Rolex, cash and a firearm were stolen. The victim believed he was drugged.

The second female subject is described as a short black female, long black hair with tattoos on her back. She was wearing a red dress and red-bottomed high heels with a clutch purse.

Police said the type of drug that was used is unknown at this time.

Police are asking for the public's help in identifying these women. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Coral Gable Police Department at (305) 442-1600 or Crime Stoppers at (305) 471-TIPS.

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