BEVERLY HILLS—On November 11, the Los Angeles Police Department’s West LA robbery detectives arrested suspect Dominic Calloway, 26, alleged to be involved in the robbery of designer watches from a jewelry store inside Century City Mall, located on the 10250 block of Santa Monica Boulevard.
On August 24, at around 11:57 a.m., West Los Angeles Division patrol officers responded to a radio call inside Century City Mall, where 2 male suspects, wearing black ski masks and all black clothing, entered a jewelry store, armed with rifles.
Canyon News reached out to LAPD Public Information Officer Norma Eisenman, who confirmed that the robbery specifically took place at the Rolex store inside Century City Mall.
A security guard in the store attempted to close the door, but the suspects were able to force their way inside the store.
According to a press release from the LAPD, the first suspect, who is described as a 30 to 40-year-old black male, standing 5 feet and 10 inches tall and weighing around 180 pounds, “discharged a round into the store, striking a display wall of glass.”
As soon as both suspects directed everyone to lay on the floor, the second suspect, who was later identified as Calloway, ran straight towards a display case and stole several high value designer watches.
Both suspects then proceeded to run down an escalator and fled the scene in a stolen grey Toyota Camry driven by a third suspect, who was waiting in the parking lot. There is currently no description available for the third suspect.
Calloway was arrested at his home in South Los Angeles, without incident on November 11.
Anyone with information in regards to this case is urged to call West Los Angeles Area detectives at (310) 444-1580. During non-business hours or on weekends, calls should be directed to 1-877-LAPD-24-7 (877-527-3247).
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