The New York Police Department is still on the lookout for three different groups of suspects responsible for three retail thefts at Links of London’s Madison Avenue store, Goop’s temporary location at the Shops at Columbus Circle and Intermix’s Upper West Side boutique.
On Dec. 14 at 3:10 p.m., a middle-aged woman and man stole eight pieces of jewelry from a display case at Links of London’s Midtown store at 535 Madison Avenue. The NYPD has asked the public to keep an eye out for a woman in her late 40s with a light complexion, blonde hair and glasses and a man, who is about 5 feet, 10 inches in his early 50s with a light complexion and was seen wearing black framed glasses. The man blocked the Links of London’s view, while the woman removed the jewelry from the case and the pair then fled. Executives at Links of London did not respond to requests for comment about the crime.
Police have also asked for the public’s assistance in finding three male black suspects who stole three Rolex watches and two bracelets from a display cabinet at Goop’s pop-up store at 10 Columbus Circle. The incident took place at 5:35 p.m. on Dec. 5 at the Shops at Columbus Circle. The value of the stolen goods is said to be $173,456.
Police said one of three men removed the three watches and two bracelets from a cabinet and then ran with the other two suspects. A spokeswoman for the Gwyneth Paltrow-owned Goop declined to comment Wednesday. Goop Mrkt, a corner store in what used to house Cache in The Shops at Columbus Circle, is scheduled to close as planned Thursday night.
Investigators are also still looking for a group of 15 women and men who stole more than $16,000 worth of merchandise from the Intermix store at 210 Columbus Avenue on Nov. 30. Intermix did not respond to requests for comment.