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Axe-wielding biker gang robs London mall on motorcycles

Posted Nov 8th 2012 8:00PM

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It looks like a scene straight from a Hollywood movie, as these masked motorcycle villains knew precisely what to do and where to go, as they stole fists full of expensive Cartier and Rolex watches.

This gutsy biker gang roared through a busy indoor London mall armed with bats and axes to rob an unsuspecting jewelery store. Watch as they casually ride through the mall with weapons in hand and drop their motorcycle kickstands down in front of the high-end jewelery store.

"We looked out and we saw six men, two on each bike, pull up outside Fraser Hart...and then they pulled out an axe and they were telling everyone to stay back." said eye-witness Claire Smalley to the BBC.

Video shows three of the suspects walking into the store, as they start to smash windows and jewelery cases to grab the expensive goods they came for. Meanwhile the other three stand guard out front, until they're ready to make the great escape.

According to police, the bikes were found abandoned afterwards at a nearby golf course. Luckily, no one was injured in the robbery which took place just minutes after the mall had opened.

Click here to watch this incredible video footage.

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ebnirschel

It's a good thing no one there had guns. I'd hate to think that one of those fine young lumberjacks could have been shot!

November 19 2012 at 10:43 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
AliveInAjax

In Canada the Liberal opposition are calling for the cvreation of the "Long Handled Axe" registry...

November 09 2012 at 3:17 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Michelt

Coming up on the 6 o'clock news: UK set to impose a nationwide ban on axe...

November 08 2012 at 7:48 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply