Update, 2:02 p.m.:
According to Darien Police Capt. Fred Komm, three robbers entered David Harvey Jewelers around 11:08 a.m. wearing masks and brandishing small sledgehammers.
The trio ordered store employees and customers to get on the ground, Komm said in a statement, before smashing open several cases to grab pieces of jewelry and watches.
The suspects then fled the scene in a grey 1989 Toyota Camry driven by a fourth individual, Komm said.
The sedan, registered to a Brooklyn resident, drove west on Post Road and entered I-95 south. It is unknown if the vehicle was stolen.
No weapons were displayed during the incident, Komm said, and the value of the items taken is unknown. The three suspects who entered the store were described by witnesses as black males.
Anyone with information on the incident is asked to call the department's Detective Division at 203-662-5330.
Update, 12:18 p.m.:
David Harvey Jewelers is closed for the rest of the day, according to a sign hung on the door.
Tarps covered the store's windows Tuesday afternoon, obscuring the inside from view.
A similar robbery affected Betteridge Jewelers in Greenwich last November, when two masked men broke into the store and stole several high-end watches.
are searching for multiple suspects after a robbery at David Harvey Jewelers (995 Post Rd.) Tuesday morning.
According to police transmissions, four men armed with sledgehammers entered the store shortly after 11 a.m., smashed open glass cases with the tools, and made away with multiple pieces of jewelry.
The suspects reportedly left the scene in a silver 1989 Toyota Camry, New York plate AXT9389. The vehicle was last seen driving down I-95 south, police said.
Patch will have more information as it becomes available.