In just 43 seconds, two men stole $1.8 million worth of Birkin bags

In just 43 seconds, two men stole $1.8 million worth of Birkin bags
In just 43 seconds, two men stole $1.8 million worth of Birkin bags

A video shows two masked men stealing Hermès Birkin bags within minutes. (NBC Miami)

A recently released video shook the Miami Beach community showing a meticulous robbery at the Maison Wrist Aficionado store at the Setai Hotel, where two men stole around USD 1.8 million in Hermès Birkin bags in a matter of minutes. This audacious robbery took place during the early hours of March 19, according to several sources.

The initial report of NBC Miami indicated that Eduardo Travieso García, 45, was arrested in March and faces charges of grand theft, undercover robbery and unlawful use of a communication device. Officers responded to a burglary call shortly after 3 a.m. on March 19, finding the store’s front door open and the lock broken. The store had been meticulously ransacked.

The details of the robbery show a well-orchestrated plan. According to NBC Miami, videos posted Tuesday show two masked men entering the store with large green trash bins. Surveillance cameras captured the suspects frantically filling containers with luxury bags before fleeing the scene.

This video was also analyzed and published by Local 10 and The New York Post, who corroborated that the men spent only about 43 seconds inside the store before escaping with more than 60 Hermès Birkin bagswhose average sales range between USD 20,000 and USD 35,000 each.

The thieves used large garbage containers to transport the luxury bags (Screenshot)

The security manager of the Setai Hotel informed the police that the thefts amounted to a value of more than USD 1.8 million. This fact was confirmed by sources such as NBC Miami and Local 10who detailed that the police were able to track the suspects thanks to the descriptions of the vehicles used in the robbery: a Ford E-250 work truck and an orange Hyundai Santa Fe.

The reports of Local 10 They highlight that the police quickly located Eduardo Travieso García through your vehicle’s license plate. This Hyundai Santa Fe was also linked to a jewelry store robbery in Hillsborough County that occurred 10 days earlier, using the same dumpster modus operandi. Police tracked the vehicle to the residence of Garcia in the Olympia Heights area of ​​southwest Miami-Dadewhere he confessed to the crime and was arrested.

The New York Post and Daily Mail They also confirmed that, after the confession of Garcia, he was charged with concealed robbery, grand larceny in the first degree and unlawful use of a communication device. García was admitted to the Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center, with a bond set at USD 100,000. Authorities have not yet provided information on the second suspect, who managed to escape in the truck.

The Maison Wrist Aficionado store at the Setai Hotel was meticulously looted in the early morning (Infobae/File)

 
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