Couple steal handbags worth $26G in brazen NYC Jimmy Choo store robbery: police

A man and woman stole handbags worth more than $20,000 from a Jimmy Choo store in New York City on Wednesday, authorities said.

The suspects, both wearing dark hoodies, entered the store at Madison Avenue and 62nd Street at around 11:35 a.m. and started grabbing items off the shelves, an NYPD spokesperson told Fox News.

Police said the pair then ran out of the store and got into a blue Jeep SUV with North Carolina license plates, before fleeing north on Madison Avenue.

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The thieves got away with 12 handbags worth about $26,000, according to investigators.

Police told Fox News the investigation is ongoing and no arrests have been made. No injuries were reported.

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It was not immediately clear for how long the thieves were inside the store or how many people were there at the time of the robbery.