FBI Investigates Horrific Robbery At Boca Raton Saks

Robbery Saks Boca Raton

The FBI is investigating a robbery at the Boca Raton Saks in Town Center Mall. Employees and customers were ordered to ground.

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — The FBI is investigating a horrifying robbery that took place last Thursday at the Boca Raton Saks Fifth Avenue in the Boca Town Center Mall.

Investigators say several robbers entetred the store and ordered employees and customers to lay on the ground as they swiped money from a register and looted a display case.

There were no injuries.

The information is just being released today. The suspects are so potentially violent that the FBI has requested local media using surveillance photos and video to not show any faces of people working in Saks at the time of the robbery.

It is believed that the robbers escaped in a black sedan.

The FBI, the Boca Raton Police Department, and the South Florida Violent Crime Task Force are working together to find the suspects and bring them to justice. If you have information, call the FBI at 305-944-9101. There is a $5,000 reward for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of those involved.





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