WATCH: Police seek help identifying jewel thieves

Montreal police are seeking the public's help in order to identify two suspects alleged to have robbed a jewelry store in Verdun.

Around noon on January 28, the suspects entered the Wellington Street store, tied up an employee, threatened him with a gun and sprayed him with pepper spray. The two wanted men are between 35-40 years old.

After stealing approximately $20,000 of jewelry security cameras captured the suspects getting on the metro at De L'Eglise station and exiting at Charlevoix station about five minutes later.

Anyone with information on the two suspects can contact Info-Crime Montreal anonymously at 514-393-1133.

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