Women suspected of drugging men and stealing Rolex watches

Women suspected of drugging men and stealing Rolex watches

Police are looking for two women suspected of drugging two men and stealing their Rolex watches after they met at a bar.

Media outlets in Florida reported that the men told detectives they met the women at the Porterhouse Bar & Grill in Sunny Isles Beach, near Miami, and invited them back to a home in the town of Hollywood.

Officer Meredith Elrich said the men believe they were drugged after the women made them drinks.

When the men awoke the next morning, Mr Elrich said, they realised their watches were missing, along with five others that had been inside a safe at the home.

Mr Elrich said the seven watches are worth about $70,000 dollars in total.

Police said the women were captured on community surveillance cameras as they left.

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