IMAGES of three men have been released by the Metropolitan Police who are investigating a brazen and violent street robbery in Berkeley Square last summer.
A Breguet Tourbillion watch worth £115,000 was stolen from a 55-year-old tourist by three suspects at around 15:30hrs on 9 June 2019.
The victim was with his wife in Berkeley Square when he was stabbed in the left arm and had the watch yanked from his wrist.
The suspects ran off in the direction of Park Lane, and the victim and his wife gave chase.
Detective Constable Eve Kelly, commented: “This violent robbery was committed in broad daylight, and it appears that the victim was specifically targeted for his watch.
“He and his wife were left shaken, and have since received counselling to help deal with the impact of this robbery.
“We have followed up numerous CCTV and forensic leads but unfortunately not made any arrests, and now we are hoping that the public can help put names to these faces.
“If you recognise any of these men we would urge you to get in touch.”
The suspects are described as men in their 30s, of Mediterranean appearance and medium build.
If you know who these men are, call officers on 020 7321 7581 or 101. Alternatively, call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 if you would prefer not to leave your name.