NEW YORK -- There are still no arrests nor do police have any leads in Wednesday's robbery at the Bloomingdale's 59th Street flagship, a New York City Police Department spokesman said Sunday.

A man posing as a customer pried open a fine jewelry case at the store at about 11:30 a.m. while his female accomplice distracted the sales clerk. The suspect then removed a diamond necklace and two diamond pins valued at $64,000, a police spokesman said. The clerk, who was manning the counter alone, realized the jewelry was missing an hour later.

The counter is leased by Marcus Estate Jewelry.

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