Police Looking For 5 Women Who Stole $150,000 From Boxer At Jay-Z's Club

Police are looking for 5 women who allegedly robbed a professional boxer.

Authorities are looking for five women who allegedly stole more than $150,000 of cash and jewelry from a professional boxer. Investigators believe that the women robbed boxer Jermall Charlo while he was at Jay-Z's 40/40 sports club in New York City on Sunday.

The incident went down following a dispute involving Charlo, according to CBS News. Charlo allegedly got into a dispute with someone and that turned into a physical altercation. When the boxer returned to the place that he was sitting, a bag containing approximately $40,000 in cash and $115,000 worth of jewelry was gone.

Surveillance video spotted five women leaving the Manhattan establishment with the bag.

Authorities are now on the hunt for the women who are described as: a white woman, 5-foot-10, 165 pounds, long straight blonde hair, wearing a dress and jacket and carrying a blue bag, a Hispanic woman, 4-10, 150, black hair, wearing a dress and jacket, a Hispanic woman, 5-5, 130, long straight black hair, wearing a dress, a Hispanic woman, 5-7, 130, should-length straight black hair, wearing a short dress and jacket and a Hispanic woman, 5-7, 135, long straight black hair, wearing a short tight fitting dress.

The women were seen partying with Charlo prior to the incident, reports People. Additional surveillance footage shows one of Charlo's friends handing a woman the bag before the scuffle, shared the club's spokesperson to the New York Daily News. 

It's unclear what the relationship between the suspects and victim is. 

Jermall Charlo has held the World Boxing Council World Super Welterweight Title. He has held this title since 2016. The 27-year-old resides in Houston, Texas. 

Jay-Z opened the 40/40 in New York City in 2003. The club was remodeled in 2012. The venue that's been home to celebrities and athletes from various fields over the years.

Anyone with information is urged to call NYPD's Crime Stoppers Hotline at 800-577-TIPS or submit information via the Crime Stoppers Website or by texting  CRIMES (274637) then entering TIP577. The calls are strictly confidential.

 

[Photos: Getty]

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