Peel Regional Police are looking for witnesses after thieves got away with a huge stash of jewelry from a Mississauga jewelry store.
Police say the robbery happened on Sept. 24 on Dundas Street East at Hurontario Street.
Two men and one woman forced two employees into a back room, according to police. They then opened the back door and let in two more people into the store — both were armed with guns.
Police describe the first suspect as male, Middle Eastern, between 30 and 35-years-old, with an olive complexion, short black straight hair, light coloured eyes and a thin moustache. He was wearing blue pants and a white dress shirt.
The second suspect is described by police as male, Middle Eastern, with a light complexion, black hair, full black beard and wearing dark clothing.
Police say the third suspect is a female, Middle Eastern, between 30 and 35-years-old, with a pointy nose, long face with pencilled in eyebrows. She was wearing a full black dress, black head-dress and white gloves.
A forth suspect is described by police as male, 5’9″ tall, wearing a grey sweater, gloves and a ski mask.
According to police another suspect is described as male, 6’ tall, wearing a ski-mask and carrying a black handgun at the time of the robbery.
Investigators say they made off with about a million dollars worth of gold and jewelry.
Anyone with information is asked to call police or Crime Stoppers.