Two women drug wealthy man they met at Miami bar and steal $200K worth of jewelry from his condo
Both the women were dressed in figure-hugging short black dresses and were seen later that night leaving the building without the man
Two women are currently wanted by Miami Police after they allegedly drugged and robbed a wealthy man at gunpoint last month after they met him at a nightclub. The authorities are hoping members of the public will help them identify the pair who were caught on surveillance video. The camera captured the victim, who was wearing ripped designer jeans, a black sweatshirt, and an expensive watch, while he was getting into an elevator with the women in his exclusive condo building.
Both the women were dressed in figure-hugging short black dresses and were seen later that night leaving the building without the man. The victim, in the meanwhile, woke up to find that $200k worth of chains, bracelets, and watches had all disappeared from the apartment including an Audemars Piguet watch worth $56,000.
A spokesperson for the Miami Police Department, Kenia Fallat, told the press, the victim had spent some time with the women inside an unnamed nightclub on the night of September 14 and he invited them back to his apartment in the hi-rise block called The Riverfront, the Daily Mail reported.
We're seeking your help in identifying these offenders who robbed a man inside his home located at 92 SW 3 St., at approx. 4:00 am on Sept. 14, 2018. pic.twitter.com/BsZmKPFnau— Miami PD (@MiamiPD) October 2, 2018
Once the trio were inside the apartment, however, they pulled a gun on the victim and forced him to drink an alcoholic drink with an unknown substance. Fallat said the man fell unconscious a short while after he drank the substance and then woke up many hours later to find more than $200,000 worth of jewelry missing from the apartment. It is still not clear what the drink had in it. The apartments in the building are reported to have listings between $26,000 and $1.6 million.
The first of the thieves was described as a Caucasian woman who is approximately in her 30s with brown hair and a slim build. She is said to be around 5 feet 7 inches tall and was last seen in the surveillance video wearing a black dress. The second was also described as a Caucasian woman about the same age and height as the first. The second woman, however, has blond hair and had been seen wearing a black shirt and skirt ensemble.
Any member of the public, who has information that will be pertinent to the case is requested to contact the Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at 305-471-TIPS.
An eerily similar case was reported in May last year when a woman in Florida had allegedly seduced a man after she met him in a Miami nightclub and then fled with his prized possessions. 21-year-old Yomna Fouad was accused by 31-year-old Alain Rene Galette after she made off with his clothes, cash, jewelry, and a Rolex watch worth $32,000 after the two of them met at the valet outside the nightclub and then decided to go back to his place.
The surveillance footage from the building showed the couple entering the building and then showed Fouad leaving alone later with his belongings. Galette claimed: "I wake up drugged, not knowing what's going on, and all my stuff missing. She was an innocent face. I was not expecting that from her."